Acne, the bane of every teenager’s existence, affects around 80% of people between the ages of 11 and 30. With its various manifestations such as comedones*** (those pesky blackheads and whiteheads), pimples, cysts, and nodules, it can leave behind severe scarring if not properly treated. The struggle to find an effective and guaranteed cure for acne has been a long-standing battle for many. But fear not, as a new laser treatment has emerged, providing hope for those suffering from this skin condition. In this article, we delve into the revolutionary technology of NeoClear by Aerolase, which promises to be a more comprehensive and effective treatment option for acne sufferers compared to traditional methods.
An In-Depth Look at NeoClear Acne Therapy
NeoClear by Aerolase is a unique, drug-free solution for managing acne. It offers an efficient, side-effect-free option for acne sufferers, regardless of severity or skin type. This treatment can even effectively clear acne on darker skin tones. Unlike traditional acne treatments that involve washes, creams, lotions, and drugs, NeoClear uses laser technology to gently and effectively provide lasting results without side effects or downtime.
How it Works and What it Can Treat
Aerolase’s NeoClear utilizes 650 Microsecond Technology® to provide a clinically tested and successful solution for active acne, adult acne, and acne on the body with low recurrence rates. The laser energy eliminates acne-causing bacteria and inflammation to regulate current acne flare-ups while lessening sebum and oil production to reduce the likelihood of future breakouts. In addition, laser technology stimulates new collagen development to reduce the appearance of acne scars, leaving your skin looking clear and healthy with a naturally radiant glow.
NeoClear is beneficial for treating various types of acne, such as Pustular Acne, Comedonal Acne, and Nodular or Cystic Acne. Pustular acne is characterized by small, raised bumps on the facial area, which are not accompanied by visible pores or feature the same whitish hue seen with whiteheads. Comedonal acne occurs when debris combines with oil, leading to clogged hair follicles and pores in the skin. Nodular or cystic acne is a deep-rooted skin infection that manifests as red, tender bumps across the skin. These bumps are generally painful and, if left untreated, can spread and rupture, resulting in subsequent breakouts and more significant potential for scarring.
How NeoClear Helps Your Skin?
The laser energy used in NeoClear therapy acts by hindering blood vessels, curtailing the inflammatory element of acne, and relieving strain on the neighboring tissue. This reduces distress and post-inflammatory discoloration. The laser energy’s action on acne-causing bacteria helps to clear current skin lesions and reduce the chances of future breakouts. Moreover, it can aid in decreasing sebum and oil production from sebaceous glands. The laser’s deep-heating action stimulates the production of new collagen, aiding in the prevention of acne scarring and working to diminish the appearance of existing acne scars. The result is a clear, revitalized complexion.
How does NeoClear work?
Clogged pores can form when dead skin cells and excess oils accumulate. This environment allows Propionibacterium acnes bacteria to thrive, leading to infection, inflammation, and the development of acne. The laser beam stimulates the production of porphyrins by P. acnes, forming singlet oxygen, a cytotoxic intermediate that can eliminate P. acnes bacteria. The laser delivers regulated, deep-heating energy that targets the sebaceous glands, leading to reduced size and diminished sebum production. Coagulation of the blood capillaries in affected lesions can impede the inflammatory reaction, helping to reduce pressure on the adjacent tissues, thereby alleviating pain and redness. Water-based laser energy is absorbed in the deeper layers of the skin, stimulating collagen remodeling and providing a smoother texture and a diminished appearance of acne scars. The pores become clear and unclogged, resulting in a decrease in sebum output from the sebaceous gland. This helps to decrease inflammation and redness in the skin, leaving it smoother and more refreshed.
NeoClear by Aerolase treatment steps
The NeoClear treatment is simple and convenient. The treated area will be exposed to laser light to combat P. acnes bacteria, providing help in controlling potential breakouts and minimizing pores to improve skin tone and texture. Laser energy is applied directly onto visible acne lesions to reduce inflammation and promote a faster recovery. This helps to reduce the severity of current breakouts. Treatments take less than an hour with minimal discomfort compared to traditional laser treatments.
It is important to follow the skin care regimen prescribed by our healthcare experts, including using an AhA face wash and sunscreen. Subsequent treatments may be necessary if the acne returns. The need for aftercare, however, will depend on the individual’s response to treatment, with some patients experiencing more prolonged periods of remission than others. Initial treatment usually involves 3 to 4 treatments and varies depending on the acne severity. Call the experts at The Facial Bar to schedule your consultation today.
Contact The Facial Bar for your NeoClear Treatment
If you’re tired of relying on ineffective acne treatments like washes, creams, lotions, and drugs, it’s time to try NeoClear by Aerolase. This innovative acne treatment uses exclusive laser technology to eliminate acne-causing bacteria and inflammation gently and effectively, while reducing sebum and oil production to prevent future breakouts. Additionally, NeoClear stimulates collagen development to reduce the appearance of acne scars, leaving your skin looking clear, healthy, and radiant. Don’t wait any longer to achieve the clear skin you deserve! Visit The Facial Bar today to schedule your NeoClear by Aerolase acne treatment and enjoy fast, long-lasting results without side effects or downtime.
***Comedones are a type of acne lesion that occurs when a hair follicle becomes clogged with oil and dead skin cells. They appear as small bumps on the skin and can be open (blackheads) or closed (whiteheads). Comedones can occur anywhere on the body, but they are most commonly found on the face, back, chest, and shoulders. They are non-inflammatory acne lesions and are considered a mild form of acne. However, if left untreated, comedones can progress into more severe forms of acne, such as papules, pustules, nodules, and cysts.