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AviClear Laser - Say goodbye to acne.


It’s time to look at acne in a whole new light. A light that leads to a bright future. A future with less acne. A future that doesn’t include daily oral antibiotics and all the challenges that come with them. A future where severe acne can be treated without severe side effects. The next wave in acne treatment has arrived. Introducing AviClear, the first FDA-cleared laser for the treatment of acne vulgaris.

In clinical studies and after review from FDA this is the first laser treatment approved for mild to severe acne. According to 12-month clinical data, improvement increases to 92%, confirming long-term efficacy of acne clearance and skin quality over time.

This laser treatment uses a 1726nm wavelength laser with a cooling plate to help with discomfort during the procedure. This targets the sebaceous glands and therefore down regulates sebum thereby reducing acne. The entire treatment takes 2 months with 3 treatments sessions 1 month apart. You want to make sure your have not been on Accutane for at least 6 months and stop using any retinol and other potential skin irritants (including salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, tretinoin, glycolic acids, vitamin C, and astringents) for 7 to 10 days before and after each treatment session.

Is the treatment comfortable? AviClear is equipped with exclusive AviCoolTM sapphire skin cooling and sensory controls that maintain your skin’s temperature during treatment for a more comfortable experience.

This is definitely the best non prescription and non Accutane option for mild to severe acne treatment. Say goodbye to all the topical antibiotics and oral medications for your acne.

We also like to pair this with our BBL HERO to be done intermittently during any purging or breakouts to help improvement faster and also treats red marks active outbreaks and general skin rejuvenation. We also have the Halo laser for any leftover scarring.

This treatment can be done on any skin type. This is generally tolerated well and 50% of patient tend to get improvement after 3 months post last treatment the other half typically get results after 6 months. They are also seeing results last for years.

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