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How to Prevent and Get Rid of Acne Scars for Good Acne has been the bane of skin care throughout time. Sufferers still feel the embarrassment caused by the unsightly blemishes and the scars they can leave behind. The medical profession has struggled to find effective treatments and the beauty industry has offered skin care products and cosmetics that, at best, cover it up. Now there are options – effective ones. Preventing Acne Acne tends to occur in waves or outbreaks, leaving blotchy blemishes that can become infected on the skin. Usually the face and back areas are affected but it can occur most anywhere. Until recently, skin cleansers including masks, scrubs and astringents were used to reduce oils and remove dirt from pores in an effort to control the outbreak of acne. In severe cases, doctors prescribe antibiotics which can help control it as long as the patient continues to take the medication. Long term antibiotic use can upset the natural balance of both good and bad bacteria in our bodies. We also build up immunities to it with time, meaning the antibiotics may not work well for other illnesses when we need them to. Obviously current medications are not the best choice for treating acne. Isolaz® is a treatment that can offer impressive results. It is an acne treatment that cleanses pores, purifies from the inside out and replenishes the skin all through the use of a particular type of light. Not only does it treat mild cases of acne but it can help prevent future outbreaks. Isolaz® is effective for any skin type or age which is great news for the more than 60 million acne sufferers in America. It requires from 3 to 6 sessions to get the best possible results. How It Works The procedure reduces the number of acne spots and removes oil, debris and blackheads. It shrinks the appearance of pores and gives skin a better overall texture. During the cleansing phase, a vacuuming technique applies a gentle pressure to your pores that loosens and extracts blackheads and other debris. It also pulls excess oils out of the pores. Then broadband light is applied to the affected area which helps reduce the redness and more importantly, helps kill the bacteria that causes acne. Finally, topical applications of a series of skin care products are given which restore skin’s healthy glow. Isolaz® is administered in a doctor’s office and requires no further changes in your lifestyle, no prescription medication and no skin care protocol to follow. Getting Rid of Acne Scars

If you have already been scarred by the ravages of acne, you may feel there is nothing more you can do. That is simply not true. Just as there are now effective treatments for acne, there are ways to get rid of acne scars once and for all. Acne scars usually appear as indentations in the skin sometimes called “pits.” There are several options for removing these unsightly scars but the more common and effective methods include ablation and fractional laser resurfacing. These procedures are FDA approved and have been clinically studied to prove their effectiveness. The procedure is performed in a doctor’s office and requires several visits, depending on the severity of the scarring. Each session covers an area of about 3-square inches. Patients must wait about 6 to 8 weeks between sessions to allow skin to fully heal from the previous session.

Description: Acne is something that millions of people struggle with on a daily basis. Many think that teens are the only people that have acne, but this is simply not the case. There are a number of procedures including Isolaz® which offers hope for acne sufferers who do not want to deal with powerful drugs which can have terrible side effects. Coupling Isolaz® with ablation and fractional laser resurfacing can help patients get rid of not only acne, but the scars that many patients are left with after the blemishes are gone.

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How to Prevent and Get Rid of Acne Scars for Good | Acne is something that millions of people struggle with on a daily basis. Many think that teens are the only p...

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