Acne – Laser Treatment

Acne  is a “multifactorial” disease. It has multiple causes and manifests itself in many different ways. Successful long-term treatment demands that as many as possible causes addressed simultaneously. Most cases are best treated with a combination of several treatments. Acne experts emphasize that successful acne treatment is as much an art as a science, and there is no one recipe, no one acne cure for everyone,” says Lydia Preston.

Widely used to treat acne since the 1950s, antibiotics become progressively less effective the longer they are used. According to one review of the medical literature, the reported rate of P. acne resistance to antibiotics more than tripled over the eighteen-year period.

The treatment of inflammatory acne using intense pulsed light is constantly gaining popularity among patients seeking a drug-free alternative to treat this chronic, common skin disease that affects up to 80% of individuals at some time in their life. SharpLight systems provide very satisfactory results in the treatment of mild and moderate inflammatory acne. This is achieved using different effective, safe and reliable clinical mechanisms: visible blue light absorption to destroy the bacteria and yellow light to coagulate the feeding blood vessels and to dry the lesions.

Whenever acne bacteria are irradiated with a SharpLight  blue light, free radicals (porphyrins) are produced in the sebaceous gland that destroys the bacteria on the acne lesions.

It also emits yellow light that shrinks the blood vessels supplying the lesion, improving healing.

Stress is one of a major element of many acne outbreaks. The stress hormones may act on you skin in two ways. One of the effects is due to the fact that stress hormones can stimulate sebaceous glands and promote the other cellular changes that create new pimples and make your face feel oilier than normal. Other substances can both aggravate existing blemishes and incite an intense inflammatory reaction in follicles. If stress makes your acne worse, you are probably already well aware of it. Stress reduction certainly can play a role in managing acne-prone skin.

Decide with your Therapist what treatments will be beneficial to you.

Say “NO” to Antibiotics

* Balance your body
-colon hydrotherapy;
-detoxification & lymphatic drainage
** Manage your Stress
-Reiki Therapy;
-Stress reducing Hot Stones Massage
*** Skin Care
-IPL/ Laser Treatment;
-Chemical pills using natural acids
-Facials (special for acne-prone skin)
**** Home Care Education & Continuous Treatment

Laser Acne Treatment
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Starts from $60 (max 100) per session.
Teen Special  $ 200 for 4 sessions.

The typical regimen is 1-2 treatment sessions per week for 4 weeks.