Acne is the most common of all skin-disorder and can be a major problem for men and women of all ages. With the right treatment plan, acne can be treated safely and effectively at GLOJAS. It is however best to control acne as early as possible because proper care can prevent the occurrence of permanent scars. The primary trigger of most cases of acne is the fluctuation of hormones. Hormones stimulate the oil glands to produce more sebum, which can block pores. Bacteria can then grow within the pores, causing them to become inflamed and break out.

Treatment Plan

We ensure that you get the right diagnosis and treatment plan that works for

your skin type. Our doctor will give you a treatment plan that ensures the best combination of

efficacy and safety to quickly clear up your skin.

Oral Medication

We provide oral medicines and it will help to reduce the amount of oil released by oil glands

in your skin, and helps your skin renew itself more quickly.

Topical Creams

We prescribed with acne clearing creams to help unblock the pores and reduce bacteria that

cause acne. These creams may cause some drying and peeling of the affected area, and thus

we advise for regular daily usage of moisturizers.

The Right Acne Facial Cleanser

It is best to wash your face with a mild medical-grade deep pore cleanser and warm water


Chemical Peel

The skin is exfoliated when doing a chemical peel treatment. We advise to do a few sessions

of chemical peel and it can improve mild to moderately severe cases of acne. This treatment

can be given over the face or another body area where acne is a problem.


Microdermabrasion may be used to remove the upper layers of the skin improving

irregularities in the surface, contour, and generating new skin. Our doctor offers an advanced

microdermabrasion treatment with infusion of anti-acne ingredients.

Light Therapy

The redness and swelling that can occur with acne is caused by a type of bacteria that can be

killed by exposing your skin to different types of light. Your treatments may use blue light,

red light or a combination, which will be advised by our doctor.

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