Are you one of the millions of Americans that suffers from acne? Laser & Mohs Dermatology of New York understands that at any age, acne can make our patients self-conscious and dissatisfied with the appearance of their skin. Because acne is such a common skincare condition, dermatology practice has also evolved to provide many new and innovative acne treatment. One of the new treatments that Laser & Dermatology of New York is proud to offer is Acleara acne therapy.
What is Acleara Acne Treatment?
Acleara acne treatment is a new therapy that utilizes a combination of gentle suction and pulses of light to treat acne breakouts. The FDA-approved vacuum clears your pores, eliminating the potential for breakouts. Treatment usually takes no longer than 15 minutes, depending on the size of the area to be treated.
Am I a good candidate for Acleara treatment?
Acleara can treat a wide array of blemishes in patients of all skin types.
Is it painful?
No, most patients report zero pain or discomfort with their Acleara acne treatment.
Acne Treatment Recovery
There is no downtime associated with Acleara treatment. You can immediately return to work, school or other routine activities. Your skin may be dry immediately after treatment but your dermatologist can help you manage this as appropriate. You may also experience a mild tingling sensation similar to sunburn. This should subside within one to two days.
What results can I expect from Acleara treatment?
Acleara’s suction technology will clear your pores of oil, dead skill cells as well as the bacteria that cause acne. Once free of these contaminants, your pores will appear smaller and less noticeable. Blemishes will be reduced and blackheads eliminated within two days.
While you will notice improvement after just one treatment, your physician will likely recommend multiple treatments spaced over several weeks to yield the best results.
If you are tired of spending money on topical acne treatment or prescription medications, only to see lackluster results – contact Laser & Mohs Dermatology of New York today to learn more about Acleara acne treatment.