Acne Laser Therapy

Why is NeoClear Acne Therapy Different?

Neo Clear therapy acne laser therapy is a highly effective and safe way to treat your acne without having to experience the side effects commonly associated with traditional therapies. unlike other lasers, the nuclear 650 Microsecond Technology provides a gentle, effective, and sanitary treatment because the handpiece does not come in contact with the skin, the active lesions are not disturbed and the P. acnes bacteria does not spread. Moreover, the powerful deep heating energy passes through the skin so quickly that most patients say that, during treatment, they feel nothing more than a mild warming sensation on their skin.

Clinical studies have shown that the treatment offers visible results either immediately after treatment or within 24 hours, including reduced lesion size, reduced redness and pressure, a drying and flattening of lesions, and less oily skin. As an added bonus, NeoClear treatments also evens out skin tone and texture.

A Wide Range of Treatments

Aerolase lasers use a uniquely gentle and versatile Laser technology, which safely and effectively treats all types of acne, including:

  • Blackheads
  • Whiteheads
  • Papules
  • Postules
  • Cysts
  • Nodules

As an added bonus, the laser also treats areas of concern such as:

  • Acne scars
  • Uneven tone and texture
  • Red spots
  • Brown spots
  • Facial veins
  • Unwanted hair

How does NeoClear Acne Therapy Work?

NeoClear reduces the severity of current outbreaks while also reducing the frequency and severity of future breakouts.

  1. Dead skin cells and excess sebum cause pores to become blocked. bacteria buildup causing infection, resulting in acne.
  2. Energy from the laser heats the tissue resulting in reduced sebum output, suppression of inflammation, and destruction of the p. acnes bacteria Colony.
  3. After treatment the pore is unblocked. New collagen starts to form resulting in clearer and smoother skin, there is less inflammation and skin is less oily.

Acne Treatment FAQs

Do you wish you have clearer skin?

Affecting approximately 80% of those in their teens, 20s and 30s, Acne is the most common skin disease in the United States. Acne is a frustrating disease not only because of how persistent it can be and how significantly it can affect the appearance, also because it can be so difficult to find a successful treatment for it- especially for those with severe cases. Typically, the first line of treatment for Acne is skincare and oral or topical medications, but many of these treatment options either have adverse effects or are not effective enough.

Fortunately, no matter how sevre your acne is, which area is affected, or your age or skin type, Aerolase’s Revolutionary 650 microseconds Technology that can help reduce or remove your acne, leaving you with a clear and vibrant complexion.

Safe & Gentle – Aerolase lasers are FDA cleared for Acne treatment and have a proven safety record. Better yet, they don’t cause any of the side effects common to traditional therapy , dry, or sensitive skin.

Quick Results – Many patients see results immediately after one treatment and further improvement following subsequent treatment. In contrast, other therapies can as many as 90 days to show signs of improvement.

No Harmful Drugs – The negative side effects associated with many popular, systemic drug therapies are avoided.

No Downtime – You can immediately return to normal activities after treatment.

Acne is a chronic condition, so while you may experience less severe or less frequent breakouts, it is likely that you will require further the treatment to maintain your clearer and healthy skin. Proper skin care and diet, among other factors help decrease the frequency of breakouts. Consult with your physician the best course of action for your skin type.

NeoClear acne therapy is proven to deliver excellent clinical results for all skin types. Outcomes may vary depending upon your skin condition and various other factors. your laser practitioner will review your skin’s characteristics and medical history to determine the most appropriate and effective treatment for you.