Back acne

Back acne, also known as bacne, refers to acne that develops on the back. Like acne on the face, neck, and chest, back acne is characterized by the presence of various types of pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, nodules, or cysts on the skin of the back.

These are small, flesh-colored bumps caused by clogged hair follicles. The follicle is closed, so the sebum and dead skin cells remain trapped beneath the skin.
These are similar to whiteheads, but the follicle is open, allowing the trapped sebum and dead skin cells to oxidize and turn black.
Similar to papules but with a white or yellow pus-filled center. They are often red and inflamed.
Greater vulnerability to cellulitis, a bacterial skin infection characterized by redness, swelling, and tenderness of the skin.
The most severe type, cystic acne consists of large, painful, pus-filled lumps that can cause deep scarring. It typically requires medical intervention.


Clear Blue

Clear Blue is a pain-free, non-invasive treatment for moderate inflammatory acne (pimples) in all age groups that has now been cleared by the FDA. I-Clear utilizes innovative Photo Dynamic Therapy (PDT) technology to effectively target acne-causing bacteria without thermally affecting surrounding tissues using light.

Hydra Glow

Skin cleansing is essential for maintaining healthy, rejuvenated skin. However, washing alone may not be enough to really remove the buildup of dirt, oil, dead skin cells, and other debris that accumulates on the skin every day. For a deeper clean, you need to reach the pores, which is where the buildup really occurs. Book our Hydra Glow today!

Skin Gym

An unique anti-aging weekly treatment for skin lifting. An unique anti-aging treatment that revolutionized non-invasive skin lifting procedures with exclusive technology that radically transformed facial lifting into a virtually painless experience without needles and sans scalpel.

P+ Laser

The signature treatment that takes your skincare routine to the next level, as it penetrates both the epidermis and upper dermis of the skin, in order to decrease the appearance of facial lines, improve skin clarity, stimulate collagen production, lighten pigmentation, and control acne breakouts. After weekly 20-minute routines of the treatment, you will notice an immediate improvement in the texture and the tone of your skin.


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    Preventing and treating back acne often involves similar strategies to those used for facial acne:

    Maintain Good Hygiene:

    • Shower regularly, especially after sweating.
    • Use a gentle cleanser to wash the back.

    Avoid Tight Clothing:

    • Wear loose-fitting clothing to reduce friction on the skin.

    Use Non-comedogenic Products:

    • Choose skincare and body care products that are labeled as non-comedogenic to avoid clogging pores.

    Topical Treatments:

    • Over-the-counter or prescription topical treatments containing ingredients like benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid can be applied directly to the affected areas.

    Prescription Medications:

    • In more severe cases, a dermatologist may prescribe oral medications like antibiotics, hormonal treatments, or isotretinoin.

    Professional Treatments:

    • Dermatological procedures such as chemical peels, laser therapy, or extractions may be recommended for severe or persistent cases.

    It’s important to consult with a healthcare professional or dermatologist to determine the most appropriate treatment plan based on the severity and specific characteristics of the back acne.

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