Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Treatment for Troublesome Skin

acne vulgarisClinicbe based in London’s Knightsbridge area is appealing for teenagers with acne or problem skin to volunteer for treatment.

Clinicbe is preparing to launch a new website and service aimed at younger patients and is now recruiting teenage volunteers to have treatment and become ‘case studies’ to show the results.

Dr Barbara Kubicka is licensed to treat teenagers from the age of 13 and is passionate about helping teenagers overcome the difficulties of problem skin. She explains:

“Having acne has an extraordinary impact on young people’s self-esteem.

“In addition, not treating acne properly at this young age can have a lifetime’s impact on the skin, leaving scars and poor complexion forever.

“Treating acne early provides an immeasurable boost for teens, giving them confidence in their skin and appearance.”

What Happens if I Volunteer

The first step is to discuss your acne. You may be invited to send in some photos and have an initial chat on the phone, then you’ll meet with Dr Kubicka to review the best treatment option.

Acne Consultation & Treatment

Every patient is different. The consultation is the starting point, with discussion of your acne and a medical review; after which the doctor can recommend the most appropriate treatments. Clinicbe offers a series of treatments which can be used or combined to tackle acne. These include:

What We’re Looking For

We’re looking for participants who are aged between 13-25 who have acne and are able to visit our London clinic for a consultation and potential series of treatments.

You need to be willing to share your story with photos on our website and in marketing material.

In return, we offer our professional time and will provide advanced acne treatment at a heavily subsidised rate.

About Acne

Acne is a skin condition which is characterised by severe spots and rashes. It is very common in adolescence, where 74% can expect to experience it, as it is very often triggered by hormonal changes and/or stress (such as that caused by exams).

Acne can be a very difficult problem for the patient as those who don’t suffer tend to think it must be due to poor hygiene. Yet while it is important to clean the skin regularly and thoroughly, over-cleaning with the wrong product can be counter-productive.

The appearance of acne combined with the difficulties in treating it can lead to real difficulties in confidence and self-esteem that impact on quality of life.

Traditional Treatment Options

The first course of action for acne is usually topical treatments from the chemist which may include specialist cleaning agents and topical treatments for the active spots.

Where this is ineffective, the next step is a trip to the doctor. Depending on the severity of acne, a GP may prescribe stronger topical products or else medication. However, topical agents can be very harsh, especially those on prescription. Medication is not pleasant and has a host of side effects.

Dr Barbara Kubicka is able to prescribe where appropriate, but with a range of the most advanced acne treatments available in London, there are a host of other options that can also be considered.


Clinicbe® in London was founded by experienced Aesthetic Physician Dr Barbara Kubicka.

Dr Kubicka takes a holistic approach to skincare treatments; treating the patient as a whole in order to get the best possible results from any treatments they may have. Private consultations often include individual advice on nutrition, hydration and lifestyle as well as professional treatments.

Advice on skin treatments is made after extensive discussion and review and suggestions are made from one of London’s most comprehensive ranges of advanced skin treatments.

The clinic is conveniently situated on the border of Knightsbridge and is popular with those that live and work in the West London area, including Chelsea, Kensington and Mayfair.

For further information or to arrange a confidential consultation, please contact us:

Tel: 0207 125 0521
Address: Clinicbe®, Knightsbridge, London, SW1X
Email: info@clinicbe.com
Website: www.clinicbe.com