Isolaz Acne Therapy
Get The Clear, Healthy Skin You’ve Always Wanted!
Living with acne can affect your self-confidence, your self-esteem and can be frustrating. If you’ve tried peels, exfoliants, cleansers or oral medications for your persistent acne…to no avail…you’re not alone. Acne is the most common skin condition, and if left untreated, acne can cause permanent scarring. Over 60 million Americans of all ages suffer from acne and many have had difficulty finding a treatment that works.
Acne can be caused by the overproduction of androgens, hormones that stimulate your sebaceous glands. This stimulation causes an increase in the production of sebum. When sebum combines with dead skin cells, your hair follicles and sebaceous glands become blocked. The good news is that no matter your age, there’s a painless treatment for your acne called Isolaz – a revolutionary way to a clear, radiant, healthy complexion.
- Isolaz treatments help clear your existing acne and help prevent future breakouts.
- Isolaz treatments reduce the size of your pores, improve the tone and texture of your skin and help remove oil, debris and blackheads.
- Isolaz is the only technology that combines vacuum and broadband light.
- Isolaz literally purifies your pores – from the inside out.
How does Isolaz work?
During treatment, when the Isolaz tip is placed on your skin, you will feel a painless, warm sensation – similar to that of a warm massage.
A vacuum then gently lifts the acne impurities closer to the surface of your skin…dead cells, dirt, excess oil and blackheads are loosened and extracted from deep within your pores.
Painless, broadband light is used to help destroy acne causing bacteria…the dead skin and oils are sloughed away. The skin is cooled with water throughout the treatment.
Following treatment, you are free to resume your normal activities and skin care regimen.
You may experience some redness in the treatment area, which can last from 2 to 24 hrs, depending on the level of treatment.
Isolaz Acne Therapy Frequently Asked Questions:
Does Isolaz work 100% of the time?
Will you need to use topicals or other medications?
If you get occasional breakouts, is Isolaz for you?
Will your skin be sensitive to light following treatment?