Natural Acne Treatment Brisbane

Acne is a skin disease where the oil glands (pores) in the skin become blocked. Area's of the skin such as the face, neck, back, shoulders and chest are mainly affected as they contain the highest number of oil glands. Acne generally begins to manifest during adolescence, or puberty, and usually clears by the mid 20's. Occasionally acne can continue into adulthood in varying degrees.

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What causes acne?

The cause of acne is not known. However, some contributors have been identified.

  • Hormones
  • Diet
  • Vitamin deficiency
  • Stress
  • Family history of acne
  • Inflammation

Adult Acne

Adult acne is different from the acne seen in teens and can be contributed to hormones, genetics (parents had adult acne), polycystic ovarian syndrome (in women), excess weight and stress.

Natural remedies for acne

Our experienced natural health team can provide solutions to your acne problems without the use of harsh chemicals. With the help of our caring  naturopaths, acupuncturists and traditional Chinese medicine practitioners you could reduce or even eliminate acne for good.

Book in for a consultation with our team today and heal your skin naturally.

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  • Greg Bantick

    Chinese Medicine,Acupuncture


    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency - Chinese Medicine Board of Australia
    Greg Bantick has been in practice since 1975 in a wide variety of clinical settings. He has particular interests in dermatology, digestive, mood and auto-immune disorders.

  • Tina White



    Tina has over 30 year’s clinical practice in natural therapies. As a practitioner in Naturopathy and Acupuncture, Tina has remarkable insight coupled with a caring nature and is a beacon of hope for those she serves.

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    Please Note: The information provided on Health and Healing Wellness Centre Website is designed to compliment, not replace, the relationship between a patient and his / her own physician.

    Page last updated 24-Sep-2019


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