Aerolase® LightPod Neo Laser Acne Treatment in Tigard, OR
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What Is Laser Acne Treatment?
Acne is one of the multiple skin problems that can affect your ability to feel confident and love the way you look. People with acne usually have severe whiteheads or inflamed cysts on their cheeks, chin, nose, back, shoulder blades, and chest. If you have used multiple prescriptions, ointments, or vitamins but nothing appears to work, laser acne treatment may be a good choice to clear your skin. RejuvaMed Skin & Body is happy to provide laser acne treatments with Aerolase® LightPod Neo that helps stop active acne. We invite you to call our office in Tigard, OR to set up a session.
How Does Laser Acne Treatment Work?
For your laser acne treatment, we will begin by cleaning your face. You may be given protective goggles to cover your eyes. During the quick procedure, which takes less than 30 minutes to complete, our team will lightly move the 650-microsecond laser technology across the skin to destroy the acne-causing bacteria, which will reduce oil production, swelling, and inflammation. You might experience a little irritation during the session; however, the majority of patients describe it as a slight stinging sensation. To see optimal results, you may need 2 – 5 sessions spaced out over several weeks.
AEROLASE® ACNE TREATMENT Reviews
I have been seeing Darcy at Redi Medi Spa for over two months for the Aerolase treatment. I have been blown away by my results! I was mainly trying to target scarring and some recurring acne, though I do also have relatively sensitive skin. After four treatments, my skin has totally changed. All of my spots have lightened significantly, and will likely have totally disappeared soon. Any acne that I do get resolves itself in less than a week, and I am left with little to absolutely no scarring. I've always felt well-informed and well taken care of, and I am confident that after my own research and my own experience, that Aerolase was the safest treatment option of me. Can't wait to go back!
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Clearer and More Radiant Skin
If you have severe pimples and have tried many prescriptions that weren't helpful, let our team help you accomplish the smooth skin you have always wanted by reaching out to our Tigard, OR office. Don't let acne stop you from loving your skin. To obtain more details about laser acne treatment for moderate to severe acne, please call RejuvaMed Skin & Body, and set up a consultation.
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AEROLASE® ACNE TREATMENT FAQs
Can acne be permanently addressed?
Regrettably, though acne in Tigard, OH can be treated and managed, there is no "permanent" treatment for acne. Almost every person will live with outbreaks of acne at some point in their life. For some individuals, acne can be severe, but for others, it is rarely if ever a problem. That's the reason why our team provide a multi-pronged approach to addressing acne that can be customized to your specific needs.
Do specific foods lead to acne or make it worse?
Generally speaking, no, eating particular foods does not create acne. Substantial research has been carried out into the connection between certain food products and acne. However, the main cause of acne is biological fluctuations that can trigger the oil glands in the skin to produce too much sebum, which can clog pores, leading to acne outbreaks. While unconfirmed, there are some foods that are said to worsen acne symptoms, such as excessive fried foods, dairy foods, food that contains saturated fats, foods high in processed sugar, and milk chocolate. The connecting object between acne and these products is that they can affect hormone amounts, which could cause acne.
What causes acne in Tigard, OH?
The main source of acne is biological shifts, which can induce the sebaceous glands in the skin to produce too much sebum (skin oil), which can obstruct pores, leading to acne outbreaks. At RejuvaMed Skin & Body, our team uses a personalized approach to reducing acne with advanced AEROLASE technology.