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Acne laser treatment

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Acne laser treatment
Sandra Borda - Ex Miss Colombia

Do not waste more time, get free from acne! We count with a team of experts in treating active acne in youth and adults.

What is Acne?

The Acne Vulgaris is the most common skin disease affecting mankind and is present in all ethnic groups, specifically, in adolescent  females between 11 and 18 years and in men between 15 and 18.

The incidence in adolescents is 90% and there is a familial tendency, particularly, of severe and persistent disease.

Vulgari Acne is a chronic inflammatory condition of the pilosebaceous unit.

The most common places where it appears are the face, followed by the shoulders, back, chest, arms, neck and finally the legs.

The lesions are of two kinds: inflammatory and non inflammatory. In non-inflammatory there are opened comedones or blackheads or closed comedones or whiteheads.

In inflammatory acne it usually occurs in papules, pustules, nodules and cysts.

Conventional Treatments

  • Topical Retinoid
  • Topical salicylic or Azelaic acid for those who are unable to tolerate retinoid
  • Topical or systemic antibiotics
  • Roacutane

Skin Laser Clinic has pioneered new treatments, different from traditional active acne with various technologies, including several types of lasers (PL and Qswitch), preventing the formation of acne scars.

This means that it not only attacks the source of acne, but at the same time fulfills a preventive function to prevent scarring.

Investigations made at the Hammer Smith Hospital in London, confirmed that our laser is the best step against active acne, for over 30 years.

Our specialists ensure proper treatment of acne according to type of active acne.

Studies have shown that the use of Regenlite lasers with a single session set a reduction of more than 50% of inflammatory lesions in acne patients, and allows the reduction in acne grade rating from one to two degrees in a term of 12 weeks.

Professor Tony Chu, who conducted the testing at the Hammersmith Hospital in London, said that he was “astonished” as 10 of the patients were completely cured. ”This is the biggest breakthrough in the treatment of acne for 30 years”.

Our clinic also has maintenance programs to prevent frequent relapses in acne.