NeoClear is a powerful acne treatment that decreases the major factors causing acne including excess sebum production, and the p. acnes bacteria. Inflammation, redness and discomfort are diminished. NeoClear by Aerolase uses 650 Microsecond Technology to offer a new approach that has been proven to have highly effective, long-term effects on active acne (including severe conditions, adult acne, and acne on the torso), with low recurrence rates. Aerolase Laser offers an effective treatment approach for all acne patients of any age or skin types, but it is particularly recommended for clients who have not responded to traditional therapies.
Aerolase is a sophisticated and versatile treatment because can treat and address the symptoms of acne, but it can also help improve other skin conditions including skin laxity, sun damage, poor skin tone and texture, and the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Areolase Laser address and improve the appearance of blemishes.
Target and control blackheads and whiteheads. Help treat pimples and improve the appearance of hyperpigmentation and melasma. Brighten dark spots.
Treat scars from old breakouts. Improve the appearance of your pores.
Aerolase is a non-ablative laser that uses light and energy pulses to penetrate the epidermis and heal the skin.Clients like this treatment because it doesn’t cause any discomfort, but it does create positive changes in the skin.
The first portion of the Aerolase treatment is known as the global treatment, during which your technician will guide the laser across your entire face. This part of the treatment is designed to destroy the bacteria that causes breakouts and appears on the skin’s surface.
The spot treatment is the second portion of the treatment that involves a second pass of the laser across your entire face. The spot treatment allows the technician to zone in on your problem areas. We can help address different skin conditions with more precision during this part of the treatment, including clogged and enlarged pores, redness and inflammation, and hyperpigmentation.