Smoothbeam Laser

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This common laser skin resurfacing treatment is usually used on acne or to rejuvenate sun damaged skin. 

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Average Price: $475

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Worth It

I developed cystic acne 3 years ago, when I was 25 yrs old. I always had acne prone skin, but this was so bad that I wouldn't leave the house except for work. My face was in so much pain from the deep cysts. I changed my diet, had my hormones tested, tried new makeup, vitamins, everything except... READ MORE

Worth It

I went for my first treatment 2 days ago. I insisted on specific settings and didn't use any numbing cream, and the office allowed it with a special waiver of liability. No redness after an hour, swelling, or pain. The next day, active lesions were better and entire area was less red then... READ MORE

Not Worth It

Please don't do the smoothbeam laser. I went for acne scars and I trusted the doctor/nurse and let me tell you, it has been a month and I got dark spot on my face after the treatment. so on top of my scars now I have t deal with dark spots on my face. READ MORE

Not Worth It

I am Asian and have sensitive skin. The technician burned me and now my skin is left with dark circle marks. I hate it. READ MORE

Worth It

I had my first Smoothbeam laser treatment a week ago, and already oil production is way down. I didn't have terrible acne, just little bumps here and there. And since I'm going the Fraxel route in the future, I'd like to take care of the lingering acne issues than have it mess with the Fraxel... READ MORE

Not Worth It

In an effort to improve my excessively oily skin and a few mild indented scars I opted for Smoothbeam (non ablative) laser treatments. I'm very pale skinned (Northern European Caucasian) and told the dermatologist during the consultation that I tend to scar VERY easily (both hypo as well as... READ MORE

Worth It

(female,30 years old) I had 1 smooth beam treatment (also a micro dermabration right before) last year. I didn't think it did anything at first..but after a couple of months I noticed I wasn't getting any big, painful zits..especially during the monthly break out.still small ones though..so... READ MORE

Worth It

I've had 2 treatments already and I saw a difference after the 1st treatment. My coworkers tell me they see a great improvement. My oil production had reduced, and I can actually say that my BIG cystic acne (hormonal) are somewhat controlled. Usually I'll get like maybe 3-5 big ones, after the... READ MORE

Not Worth It

I had done it over a year ago, did one session/month for 4 consecutive months ($500/session, price excludes the numbing cream). I still have acne, still have scars. While I was getting the treatments, I was using topical creams like Duac (which does help a little) and Doxycycline. I also cut... READ MORE

Not Worth It

My experience was a disaster. I traded in major blood vessels for hyperpigmentation and hypopigmentation. In other words stripes on both cheeks. I am so depressed I could die. I wish I never had the procedure done. It was the first time I went to {doctor's name appears above for registered... READ MORE

Not Worth It

I have moderate acne scars on both of my cheeks. I've been trying to soften the appearance since 2001. I've also spent thousands of dollars doing non-ablative treatments. Anyways, back in 2003, the rave about Smoothbeam seemed promising. A lot of people gave positive feedback on the laser, so I... READ MORE

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