Skin Care

Medical Skin Care

It is the process of removing accumulated sebum, dead cells, cosmetic residues, dust, and dirt from the pores of the skin.

These foreign substances that accumulate can clog the pores, leading to the formation of blackheads, acne, and a dull appearance of the skin.

Regular treatments using professional products can prevent these issues and revitalize the skin, giving it a radiant appearance. As a result, the skin becomes brighter and more resistant to external factors.

Who is it Suitable for?

Medical skin care is suitable for people of all ages, regardless of gender. The application is determined based on a detailed analysis by an expert, according to the individual’s needs. If there is any underlying health issue, the expert should be informed so that the protocol can be adjusted accordingly.

Stages of Medical Skin Care

  • If there are cosmetic products on the skin surface, they are cleansed.
  • Based on the analysis by devices and the evaluation by the expert, suitable products are selected, and residual substances accumulated in the pores are cleansed with the help of cleansers.
  • The dead layer is removed through exfoliation, stimulating skin renewal.
  • The skin is steamed according to its needs.
  • Sebum is easily extracted from the elasticized skin and open pores due to the steam.
  • The skin is prepared for the next stage with a suitable tonic.
  • An appropriate mask is applied and left on the skin surface for a desired duration based on the skin’s needs.
  • Eye area-appropriate cream and serum suitable for the skin are applied and gently massaged into the skin.
  • Moisturizer is applied according to the skin’s needs.

If the treatment is done during daylight hours, it is concluded by applying sunscreen.
When Should Medical Skin Care Be Done?

It should be applied periodically every 30 to 40 days based on the skin’s needs. The expert may shorten this duration in certain cases.


Formation of Acne

  • Hormonal activities
  • Increased sebum production (excessive secretion by the oil glands)
  • Changes in follicles (excessive proliferation of cells in hair follicles)
  • Microorganisms (P. acnes bacteria)

Although it is predominantly seen between the ages of 15-22 due to these reasons, it can occur in people of all ages and skin types.

Caring for Acne-Prone Skin

Depending on the severity of acne, the process can last approximately one to one and a half hours. Cleansing the skin surface helps remove blackheads, closed comedones, open comedones, oily cysts, and milia, providing relief and supporting the prevention of acne formation. One important factor to note is that acne-prone skin should not be washed excessively, as it can lead to dryness and worsen acne.

Squeezing acne should be performed by a professional and not at home by the individual.