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Back Acne: How To Clear It & Best Back Acne Treatment (Singapore 2024)

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Annoying Pimples On Your Back That Won't Go Away?

Unfortunately, if you said yes, you’re probably dealing with back acne or commonly known as bacne. This frustrating condition involves acne appearing on your back, shoulders, and sometimes your neck. It can also affect your chest and abdomen, making it a widespread issue. Back acne can lead to acne breakouts that are difficult to manage and treat.

Did you know that 40-50% of people with facial acne also experience back and body acne? Even if your face is clear, you might still struggle with isolated back or body acne, affecting your confidence and comfort.

Untreated back acne can progress to cystic acne, which has a much higher risk of scarring and can result in red marks, blemishes, keloids, and permanent scars.

Hormonal imbalances, such as those caused by polycystic ovarian syndrome, can contribute to back acne by overstimulating oil glands and increasing sebum production, leading to blocked pores and acne outbreaks.

Our Solution For Back Acne and Acne Scars: Chemical Peels

Instead of putting our clients through painful lasers that cause severe peeling and require significant downtime, we use chemical peels as one of our acne treatments to treat back acne.

Chemical peels are effective for:

  • unclogging pores
  • reducing inflammation
  • killing acne-causing bacteria

Chemical peels are able to reach deep into your skin surface to remove damaged skin cells. On your back, an application of a chemical solution, which usually includes salicylic acid, to the skin, which causes the top layer of the skin to peel off and remove dead skin cells.

This helps to get rid and prevent new acne from forming as it unclogs your pores. The low PH levels also help to kill any germs that might have resulted in the formation of more acne. Chemical peel is also effective for fading back acne scars and even out skin tone.

For mild to moderate back acne, over-the-counter treatments containing benzoyl peroxide can be very effective due to its anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-comedonal properties.

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Why Our Clients Choose Us For Back Acne Treatment:

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Kosme Aesthetics Full-Service Back Treatment Process:

  • Double Cleanse
  • Scrubber Extraction
  • Pre Peel
  • Acid Peel (pyruvic acid)
  • Post Peel
  • Specialised Mask for Back
  • Dragon Blood Ampoule (Antioxidant that regenerates cells and promotes recovery)

Laser treatment can also be used to target acne-causing bacteria and reduce acne scars effectively.

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Oral antibiotics may be prescribed for severe cases of back acne to reduce bacterial infection.

Chemical Peel For Back Acne Benefits:

  1. Improve the appearance of your back: By removing the outer layers of damaged skin, chemical peels help to reduce the appearance of red, inflamed acne and improve overall skin texture. This makes the skin look clearer and more even-toned, enhancing one’s appearance and confidence.
  1. Provides pain and irritation relief: As chemical peels reduce inflammation and acne lesions, they can help alleviate the pain and discomfort associated with back and body acne. Smoother, less irritated skin makes everyday activities and sleeping more comfortable.
  1. Back acne scar reduction: Chemical peels stimulate collagen production, which aids in healing and reducing the appearance of acne scars. Regular treatments can significantly improve the texture and color of the skin, making scars less noticeable. Hyperpigmented brown scars and depressed or raised scars can be treated more effectively with chemical peels, speeding up the healing process.

How Chemical Peel Works For Bacne Treatment

Chemical peels are an effective treatment for bacne (back acne) due to their ability to exfoliate the skin, unclog pores, reduce inflammation, and promote skin renewal. Here's a detailed look at how chemical peels work to combat bacne:

  1. Exfoliation of Dead Skin Cells:
    • Chemical peels contain acids such as salicylic acid, glycolic acid, or lactic acid that penetrate the outer layers of the skin.
    • These acids break down the bonds between dead skin cells, facilitating their removal from the skin’s surface.
    • By removing the buildup of dead skin cells, chemical peels prevent the clogging of pores, which is a primary cause of acne formation.
  2. Unclogging Pores:
    • The exfoliating action of chemical peels helps to clear out clogged pores.
    • Salicylic acid, in particular, is lipophilic (oil-soluble) and can penetrate deeply into the pores, dissolving excess sebum (oil) and debris that contribute to acne.
  3. Reducing Sebum Production:
    • Chemical peels can help regulate and reduce the production of sebum.
    • By controlling the amount of oil produced by the sebaceous glands, chemical peels decrease the likelihood of pore blockages and subsequent acne outbreaks.
  4. Antibacterial Properties:
    • Some chemical peel ingredients, like salicylic acid, have antibacterial properties that help reduce the bacteria responsible for acne, Propionibacterium acnes.
    • This reduction in bacteria helps to minimize the risk of infection and inflammation associated with acne.
  5. Anti-Inflammatory Effects:
    • Chemical peels have anti-inflammatory properties that help to reduce the redness, swelling, and irritation associated with acne.
    • This helps to calm inflamed acne lesions and prevent the development of new ones.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you get rid of back acne in Singapore?

The best way to treat back acne is to use a combination of topical treatments such as gels and creams, combined with regular exfoliation and good hygiene practices.

Immerse yourself in an all-over cleansing and exfoliation of the back, neck and shoulders while removing dead skin cells and helping you clear up severe acne scars and discolouration on the back. Addressing acne scarring is crucial to prevent long-term skin damage and improve the overall appearance of your skin.

What is the best acne treatment for back acne?

The best treatment for back acne or bacne will depend on the type of acne and its severity. For mild to moderate back acne, topical creams, chemical peels, and back facials are usually enough. For severe acne, your doctor may recommend a combination of topical treatments such as creams, gels or lotions, as well as medications such as antibiotics or retinoids to cure the bacne.

How do I permanently get rid of bacne?

Bacne can be difficult to treat but it is possible to permanently get rid of it with the right back acne treatment plan. Most of the treatment typically involves a combination of topical treatments, oral medications and professional treatments including signature extraction to remove the clogged pores thus preventing bacne from returning again.

What is the fastest way to cure bacne?

The fastest way to treat acne is to use a combination of topical treatments such as gels and creams, combined with professional treatments, and good hygiene practices such as regular exfoliation.

Immerse yourself in an all-over cleansing and exfoliation of the back, neck and shoulders while removing dead skin cells and to help you clear up severe acne scars, prevents excessive scar tissue production, and discolouration on the back.

Is back acne treatment painful?

The level of pain experienced during back acne treatment will depend in large part on the type of procedure being used. For example, some laser treatments may require the use of local anesthesia to reduce discomfort. However, in general, most treatments for back acne are not overly painful and have minimal risk of side effects.