Pustules or Papules

Pustules are larger, tender bumps with a defined circular center filled with whitish or yellowish pus. The area around a pustule appears red or pink on light skin and a deep brown or black on darker skin. The pus in the pustule is typically a combination of immune cells and bacterial cells collected in the blocked pore. Pustules typically look like much larger and more inflamed whiteheads.

Papules themselves will appear solid, tender, and raised. Typically, the skin around a papule is also inflamed. Unlike whiteheads, papules have no visible center, and unlike blackheads, the pores of a papule are not widened.

No preparation needed for Microdermabrasion.

We do recommend to avoid sun exposure and no waxing,

plucking or shaving 2 weeks prior to your treatment.

Microdermabrasion treatments are extremely safe and effective.

Any redness, temporary flaking and mild discolouration

will disappear after your treatment.

 

No preparation needed for Microdermabrasion.

We do recommend to avoid sun exposure and no waxing,

plucking or shaving 2 weeks prior to your treatment.

Microdermabrasion treatments are extremely safe and effective.

Any redness, temporary flaking and mild discolouration

will disappear after your treatment.

 

No preparation needed for Microdermabrasion.

We do recommend to avoid sun exposure and no waxing,

plucking or shaving 2 weeks prior to your treatment.

Microdermabrasion treatments are extremely safe and effective.

Any redness, temporary flaking and mild discolouration

will disappear after your treatment.