This acne treatment combines a vacuum and a painless broadband light to deep cleanse and purify your pores from the inside out. It can be used in combination with other treatments as well.
Acne can be a debilitating condition that can cause sufferers to experience problems with low self-esteem and self-consciousness. There are a wide range of acne treatments on the market but finding the right, effective treatment or combination of treatments can be a lengthy process.
Isolaz: Am I suitable?
Isolaz acne treatment is aimed at those suffering from mild to moderate existing acne while helping prevent future breakouts. It can also treat severe forms of acne, such as pustular and comedonal acne. It helps remove blackheads, oils and debris, reduce the appearance of pores and generally improves skin texture.
Isolaz is effective on all skin types and has been proven to work on those patients who have not responded to antibiotics, topical treatments, lasers and Accutane/Isotretinoin.
Isolaz: What do I have to do to prepare?
There is no need for pre-treatment medication or topical anaesthetic with Isolaz.
Isolaz: What’s the treatment like?
Isolaz is the world's first aesthetic technology that combines vacuum with a broadband light to deliver effective acne treatment. The vacuum helps loosen and extract dirt, blackheads and excess oil from deep within your pores. The broadband light helps destroy the acne-causing bacteria, as well as reducing facial redness.
Isolaz treatments usually taken just 15 to 30 minutes and only four to six treatments are generally needed to get excellent results. However, bear in mind that the exact number of treatments will vary from patient to patient.
Isolaz: What about after?
Isolaz is painless and does not cause side effects such as redness, crusting or other common post-treatment discomforts so you can go back to normal activities straightaway.
Isolaz: Are there any risks or side effects?
Unlike other treatments Isolaz does not cause sensitivity to light.
Isolaz: What will it cost me?
Isolaz will cost on average £1,000 for a course of treatments.