Justine Aloud wrote:
I've read more good than bad reviews. The only thing that scares me is the pigmentation issue some people develop after it. Has anyone done acne laser treatment for active adult acne?
I don't now about laser treatment but acne comes and go. It isn't like if you treat that spot, it will disappears forever. You treat one spot, another spot will produce acne.
I had a severe acne problem and went to dermatologist. The following advice were given to me:
1. Drink lots and lots of water.
2. Wash face with soap twice a day (if you have oily skin, you need to wash with soap more often).
3. Hands shouldn't be touching face if not washed with soap.
4. Avoid putting anything on face as much as possible. Your skin needs to breath and the more you block the skin, the more acne it will produce.
In my case, it was too late so I had to take medication and I had to report to the dermatologist every other day for two weeks. Then after that, I had to report every week (oh yes, blood sample were being tested as well, before medication, during medication and after medication.).
Remember, once Acne gets into your bloodline, it is hard to get rid of it. The only thing that would stop it is medication.
My advice is go and see a Dermatologist and get professional advice and see what are your available options.
By the way, I have been Acne free for 20+ years..
During my teenage years, having acne wasn't fun.