The Acne Treatment Center remains dedicated to providing a safe and healthy environment for our clients and staff members. We continue to maintain our healthy protocols including wearing masks during treatments and any time we are within six feet of our clients and other staff members. We maintain air purification systems throughout the clinic and continue to sanitize … Read More
The Acne Treatment Center Stands with You!
At The Acne Treatment Center we stand firmly with people of color and denounce all forms of racism. We stand opposed to all forms of criminal behavior, including, and maybe especially, by those who are sworn to uphold the law and protect our communities. While it is important to state that, what actions do we take to best uphold these … Read More
What We Know About Eczema
At the Acne Treatment Center, we witness a lot of other skin conditions of clients who have come to us for help with acne. One of the most common is eczema. We must be very mindful of eczema because many of the treatments for acne can exacerbate eczema. Technically known as Atopic Dermatitis, eczema is not well understood … Read More
Introducing Herbal Masks
Herbal mask map meant to guide you to finding the perfect fit for your skin! Written by Celeste Nirschl, Lead Esthetician & LME HERBAL MASK MAP Which mask is good for my skin and why? Pigmentation Mask This mask was designed for those who may have seen a little too much sun over the years and are seeing some spots … Read More
Angiogenesis Mask Kit
Over the years The Acne Treatment Center has received many questions and requests, but none so frequently as when we might introduce masks that our clients can use at home. There has also been a great deal of interest in natural, plant-based formulas. Therefore, we are excited to introduce a collection of herbal masks for home use. Each mask will … Read More
Cold Sores and Chemical Peels: What You Need To Know To Avoid An Outbreak
*The information contained here is not meant to diagnose, treat or otherwise replace guidance from your personal doctor, nutritionist, dietician or other health care professional. Always consult with your physician before making adjustments to your healthcare routine. If you have ever had a cold sore on your lip, then you know they are painful, annoying and unsightly! The good news … Read More
Electrolysis: A Brief Introduction to the Hair Types, Hair Cycles and the Dermal Papilla
So you have some hair that you don’t want? You are not alone! For whatever reason, it has sprung up in some unexpected and unwanted places. Shaving! Plucking! Waxing! They work, but you have to keep doing them over and over. Are there permanent solutions? Oh yes there are! Today, Jasmine Cohen, BA, LME, BCE will discuss one very useful … Read More
BOTOX® and JUVÉDERM® Okay, so we aren’t talking about acne for a minute.
You have always taken good care of your skin, but suddenly you are noticing signs of aging that seemed to come from nowhere. There are lines and creases in your skin and your face has lost volume in key areas. Where did these wrinkles come from, and where did the volume go? Wrinkles are a breakdown of collagen in the dermal-epidermal … Read More
Hyperhidrosis or Excessive Sweating Treatment
Okay, so we all sweat. When it’s hot, when we exercise, when we are nervous or anxious. But some people sweat all the time. An estimated 2%-3% of Americans suffer from excessive sweating of the underarms (axillary hyperhidrosis) or of the palms and soles of the feet (palmoplantar hyperhidrosis). This type is called Focal Hyperhidrosis. Most cases occur in people … Read More
Does Sugar Cause Acne?
There’s no denying that what you put in your body can show up on your skin. I hate to break it to my sweet-tooth readers, but the reality is that sugar is a trigger for acne. However, healing acne involves more than just cutting out sugar. Learn more inside.