ABOUT AEROLASE ACNE TREATMENT
Aerolase laser technology offers highly effective, long-term effects for treating active acne including conditions such as severe and cystic acne, acne on dark skin, and acne on the torso. LightPod Neo lasers’ light-based therapy is an effective, alternative treatment for acne patients of any age or skin type, but also for patients who have not responded to traditional therapies or cannot take oral medications.
Deep heating power
Eliminates systemic therapies
Highly effective on severe forms of acne
Treatments available for healthy, radiant skin:
Acne / Acne Scars
Frequently Asked Questions About Acne Treatments at Laser Luxe
What are commonly treated areas?
Acne treatments can treat problematic skin on the face, neck, arms, legs, and back.
Is the treatment painful?
No. Most patients who have tried other lasers report that the Lightpod Neo Laser is much gentler and more pleasant. Patients experience a mild, warming sensation on the skin. A slight redness of the skin, if it occurs at all, will typically fade within a few hours. No skin cooling, anesthetics, or gels are needed.
What kind of experience does the laser technician have?
Our laser technician is a licensed Clinical Cosmetologist with more then 15 years experience in the industry. Trained and certified at the Laser Institute with Aerolase Medical Lasers and very knowledgeable with previous employment at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Image Recovery Spa.
Do you work with a Medical Doctor?
Yes. Our laser services are non-ablative. The Lightpod Neo Laser will keep the skin intact. This is an aesthetic procedure and does not require a doctor's care. We do have an RN on staff full time for any pre or post-care concerns for our patients. The MD, Medical Director is available for the Laser Technician to contact for adverse reactions.
How many treatments are required?
This will be discussed during your free consultation. Treatments vary, as do how often they are needed.
Laser results may vary depending on each client's pre-existing conditions,
commitment and home care regimen.