Clean, Clear, and Healthy Skin

Acne is the most common dermatological condition and affects millions of Americans every year. At Skin Dermatology in Shrewsbury, MA, board-certified dermatologist Dr. Alissa Lamoureux provides comprehensive, personalized acne care to help to get your skin clean, clear, and healthy. 

Dr. Alissa Lamoureux  Consulting Patient About Acne Treatment In Shrewsbury, MA

Acne Treatment, Personalized for You

Dr. Lamoureux performs a personalized analysis of your specific skin to help determine what acne treatment in the Worcester, MA area is right for you. If you haven’t had much luck with over-the-counter acne treatments, you may benefit from her care and expertise. 


What Causes Acne?

Acne develops when the hair follicles and pores get clogged by oil and dead skin cells, and it can appear in many forms, including pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, and even cysts. Other factors that play into acne development include genetics, certain medications and cosmetic products, hormonal fluctuations, blocked hair follicles, and excess production of sebum. 

Many people experience acne on their face, but it can also appear on the neck, chest, shoulders, and upper back.

Although teenagers going through hormone changes are the most common individuals who experience acne, it can occur in anyone, and at any age. It can be especially troublesome due to overactive androgens (male hormones) or for females undergoing hormonal changes due to their menstrual cycle or pregnancy.

How We Treat Acne at Skin Dermatology

Your acne treatment in Shrewsbury will most likely be a combination of prescription and non-prescription skincare products. This may include a cleanser, moisturizer, and toning product to use daily to keep skin clean and clear. Depending on the severity of your acne, you may also receive oral and topical medications. Some medicines such as birth control, antibiotics, or acne medicines can be very effective at clearing up the skin. However, these treatments may have side effects, so you should always bring up any concerns you have with Dr. Lamoureux. Your specific skin may also respond well to facial treatments, which are not only relaxing but are often very beneficial to the skin. Facials can help achieve instant clarity and offer quick results—improving, healing, and reducing the appearance of acne scars. Dr. Lamoureux will also share the very best skincare tips with you on how to keep your skin at its healthiest. By following her advice, you’ll be more likely to have success in your acne treatment.

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When to Expect Results

It’s important to understand that acne treatment can take weeks or even months to be fully effective. It takes time for the skin to heal and for the cycle of inflammation to stop. Dr. Lamoureux will help you set realistic goals and achieve healthy skin as quickly as possible.

Acne Treatment at Skin Dermatology

Take the first step toward clear skin. If you’re in the Shrewsbury and Worcester, MA area and you’re seeking acne treatment, contact our office to book your personalized skin analysis. Founded and led by double-board certified Dr. Alissa Lamoureux, Skin Dermatology is committed to caring for every facet of your skin—and doing it exceptionally well. Dr. Lamoureux is able to treat over 3,000 skin conditions, and she spends double the time that any other dermatologist would spend with a patient, making you a part of your own treatment plan to achieve the best skin of your life.

Candidates for Acne Treatment

If you’re in the Shrewsbury and Worcester, MA area and you’re interested in medical-grade acne treatment, we can help you. Candidates for our acne treatment at Skin Dermatology want to:

  • Control acne breakouts
  • Reduce the appearance of blackheads or whiteheads
  • Improve or prevent acne scarring
  • Decrease inflammation and skin irritation
  • Control bacteria that cause acne
  • Achieve clean, clear, healthy skin
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