Affordable Adult Acne treatment in the comfort of your own home!

  • We serve the entire Phoenix Metro area.
  • Treatment options to treat adult acne.
  • Incredibly affordable prices.
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  • Treatment performed by a licensed nurse practitioner.
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    Adult Acne

    Acne is a condition caused by clogged sebaceous glands. Sebaceous glands produce sebum which is an oil that helps lubricate the hair and skin. The largest number of sebaceous glands are found on the face, neck, upper chest and back which are acne prone sites.

    The top layer of the skin is constantly shedding dead skin cells. When the sebaceous glands produce excess sebum it creates a sticky environment that traps shedding skin cells which leads to clogged pores. Clogged pores create an environment of inflammation that leads to the creation of whiteheads (a clump of debris trapped under a closed pore) blackheads (a clump of debris in an open pore), a pimple or pustule (a clump of debris that has triggered an inflammatory response), and an acne nodule or cyst (a large amount of collected debris underneath the skin, that may or may not trigger inflammation).

    Sebaceous glands are controlled by hormones which is the reason why acne is more prevalent during puberty, before a menstrual period, the peri-menopausal period, and pregnancy when hormone levels fluctuate. Around 85% of adolescents will get acne before age 20, 35% of women and 20% of men will get acne in their 30s, and 26% of women and 12% of men will get acne in their 40s. If you are one of the lucky women that didn’t have acne during adolescence, you are at an increased risk of developing acne as an adult.

    Many insurance companies believe that acne is an adolescent condition and will not cover treatment for adult acne. Mobile Skin Screening can offer an affordable alternative to treat adult acne. You don’t have to continue to suffer from the embarrassment of having acne.