Certain methods of acne treatment may provide some temporary relief, but light laser facials can go deeper into your skin for longer-lasting results. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, light laser treatments may have better results when they are used in conjunction with other treatments. However, it all depends on the unique situation.
The process uses laser light waves to target the bacteria that are naturally on your face. When the bacteria combine with sebum, the natural skin oil and dead skin cells clog the pore and become infected. The infection may take several forms starting with blackheads that are black because they are open and exposed to the air and whiteheads that are white because they are still sealed closed. The laser destroys the bacteria, thereby preventing future breakouts as well as helping to remove current ones.
Light laser treatment for acne has an added benefit. It also reduces or removes dark pigmentation and superficial scars. Light laser treatment can be combined with other treatments that will help minimize the appearance of old acne scars and promote the production of new collagen that gives the skin a fresh, clear appearance.
During a consultation with our specialist, you can learn more about light laser therapy for acne treatment. Your acne will be examined and you will have the opportunity to express your concerns and expectations. Laser light facials may be an effective part of your overall acne treatment plan.
There are several different types of lasers to treat different forms of acne. With light laser treatment, you may be able to reduce your current acne and prevent it from forming for months at a time. Since bacteria grow back quickly, you may want to ask our specialist about the possibility of combining laser light therapy with other treatments.
If you are sick and tired of your acne, it may be time to consider professional acne treatment at Nuance Aesthetics. During a consultation at our office in Salt Lake City, you can get all the facts about light laser facials and how they may be used in your customized treatment regimen. Contact us today to schedule an appointment to learn more!