ISOLAZ Treatments For Acne
Laser Acne Treatment at Our New Jersey Spa
Now there is a viable solution in controlling acne, even in its chronic stages. Isolaz is an FDA-approved treatment that uses intense pulse light therapy in tandem with a unique vacuum process that deeply cleanses and unclogs pores. Patients report a notable reduction of redness and active blemishes within 24 to 48 hours, along with smaller pores and a general improvement of skin tone and texture.
How does Isolaz Acne Treatment Work?
Isolaz works by purifying skin from the inside out, extracting dirt, oil, blackheads, and bacteria from deep beneath the surface. The “photopneumatic” system gently lifts the acne impurities closer to the skin’s surface to be extracted, where a painless light pulse helps destroy the acne, sloughing the oils and dead skin cells away. These actions work together to reduce oil production, diminish skin discoloration and improve texture. Isolaz can be performed on a lunch-time break with absolutely no down time.
What does the Isolaz laser feel like?
Unlike many other lasers, the Isolaz is designed to be painless, and no anesthetic is required. Our patients typically report a mild warming sensation. Normal activity, including make-up, can begin immediately afterward.
How much does Isolaz Acne Treatment Cost?
We offer Isolaz Acne treatments per single session or in a series of five. The number of treatments you might need will depend on the severity of your acne, the size and number of areas you would like to have treated, and your desired results. Many patients are happy with the improvement after just one or two Isolaz treatments, while others need several treatments to gain control of their acne.
- Isolaz Acne Treatment | $210
- Series of 5 Treatments | $840
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Isolaz can be performed alone or in conjunction with other facial treatments such as a chemical peel or microdermabrasion. The Parker Center Medi-Spa staff will help you design an individualized treatment plan at your consultation. Your consultation can include a Vectra 3D skin analysis, which lets you see a detailed map of your problem areas and preview the possible results with various treatment combinations, so you can best decide how you would like to proceed.