Acne Treatment in Mysore


Acne Treatment in Mysore

Acne is a skin condition affecting people of all ages. Caused by hormonal imbalance in the body which leads to the overproduction of sebum. Sebum combined with dead skin cells, clogs up pores and hair follicles, leading to pimples, blackheads, and whiteheads. Acne can be mild to severe, with severe cases leading to cysts, nodules, and scars. Topical creams and gels reduce inflammation, unclog pores, and sebum production. Antibiotics may combat bacteria contributing to acne formation.  


Pre-procedure prepares the skin for the actual procedure and maximises the effectiveness of the treatment.

  • The first step is to ensure that no current medications interfere with the procedure. Any makeup, moisturisers, and other topical products have been removed from the area before treatment. 

  • The skin should be cleansed and exfoliated, removing dead skin cells and dirt, and allowing the procedure to penetrate deeper into the skin. Open lesions are to be duly taken care of. Visit Manipal Hospitals for acne treatment in Mysore.

  • Hydration before the procedure is important.  


To treat acne, finding a routine that works best for you is essential. 

  • Gently wash the affected area twice daily with a mild cleanser. Avoid scrubbing when cleaning.

  • Topical acne treatments like creams, gels, and lotions are the next step. To know more, consult with experts at our dermatology hospital in Patiala.

  • Preventive measures include avoiding touch, picking, or popping acne. Wear loose clothing and no heavy makeup or hair products. 


Post-procedure for acne can vary depending upon the type of procedure used.

  • If a procedure involves a laser or light treatment, direct sun exposure is to be avoided for several days.

  • Wear sunscreen when outdoors. Topical antibiotic or anti-inflammatory medication to reduce swelling or discomfort may be prescribed

  • After chemical peels, direct sun exposure is to be avoided.

  • Sunscreen and moisturiser are a must. 

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