Acne and Acne Scar Treatments
The acne treatment involves the use of various types of lasers:
The CoolView laser works by removing excessive oil, reducing sebum production, and dead skin cells from clogged pores. It is utilised to treat blackheads, whiteheads, and some pimples. There is no downtime following the treatment.
The Genesis minimises acne breakouts, scarring, and acne-caused pigmentation. This procedure also helps improve skin texture resulting in minimised pores, reduced redness and a youthful glow.
The Healing Light is a non-invasive procedure that uses light diodes to assist with the body’s healing process. It comes with a series of benefits which include reducing the skin’s redness, boosting the body’s cellular recovery, and assisting with skin rejuvenation. This therapeutic procedure allows patients to relax after receiving an acne treatment without any discomfort whilst providing no downtime at all.
EXELO2 Co2 Fractional Skin Resurfacing
The EXEL02 Co2 Fractional Skin Resurfacing procedure is used for visible skin correction. This procedure is German engineered, making it a safer, dependable and more efficient laser in acne treatment. It is able to tighten skin, improve acne scars, blemishes, large pores and blend uneven skin tone.
Acne causes pigmentation on the skin and these areas of the skin contain especially high concentrations of melanin. The Fotona QX Max is the safest and most powerful Q-Switched laser system in the world and uses multiple wavelengths to treat a wide range of Epidermal, Dermal and mixed Dermal- Epidermal Pigmented Lesions.
CO2 Full Ablative
The EXEL02 Co2 Full Ablation Mode assists in acne treatment by removing superficial benign skin changes across the surface including cysts of acne and deep acne scarring. This German engineered technology makes it safer, dependable and very efficient.
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A consultation is important to everyone with their skin concern. You will receive a skin examination from one of our experienced skin specialists, and discuss the appropriate treatment options, and also be given an accurate quotation at the end of the consultation.