Acne Skin Conditions & Options


Acne is widespread within the UK and it is one of the most common. It affects people psychologically as well as physically. It’s an unpleasant skin condition affecting the face, neck, arms, back and chest. Acne has varied stages, shown by the type of spots in which the person is suffering from. This can commonly include spots such as whiteheads and blackheads to the more severe end of cysts.  As well as being unsightly, it can cause scarring and be difficult to treat using traditional medication.

Acne surfaces due to a sensitivity to androgen hormones.  A problematic diet can also help trigger acne. Lack of good nutrition stops the immune system in fighting disease. It’s important to eat good, healthy food to prevent illness. Vitamin C and Zinc supplements can add to the body’s defensive mechanism in its healing capacity and defence against infections.  It cannot just be blamed on just poor hygiene or a bad diet though.

Acne can have a devastating effect on confidence, particularly in younger generations. This can have effects on their social circles, school work and general happiness.

Specialised help

At Snowberry Lane Clinic, there are a range of acne treatments available.  Depending on the patient either one or more methods may be required to achieve the best results. A full assessment is made initially to establish the type and extent of the problem, from which a course of treatment will be recommended.

The good news is that results can be very effective and we’ve seen confidence restored to many happy clients.

Don't wait for the condition to get unbearable before you take action. It's best to seek help as early as possible to achieve the best possible outcomes. Get in touch for a no obligation consultation.

See the results for yourself!

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Acne Treatments

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* Disclaimer: All treatments are designed by medical experts and tailored to the individual to give the best possible results, however, results of all treatments may vary from person to person depending on the individual's unique attributes.