Acne breakouts and Aerolase
Thank you for your question. There could be a number of reasons that may
be causing your sudden acne breakouts. It may be due to something you are
eating, possibly the products you are using or even medication you may be
taking. If you schedule an appointment with a dermatologist they can look
further into it and even help customize a skin care routine and product type
for your skin. There is also a new laser therapy alternative which is the first
to treat acne breakouts. It is called the LightPod Neo Aerolase Laser. Aerolase
is a laser technology that is FDA approved for acne treatment. Many patients
have seen results immediately after one treatment and further improvement with
continuing treatment. It reduces the severity of current and future breakouts.
The laser penetrates deeply into the skin where heat is generated around the
sebaceous glands. The heat damages or destroys the bacteria that have caused
your breakouts. It also helps reduce the inflammation. If you are interested
please schedule an in-person consultation with a qualified dermatologist.
Acne and Oiliness -- Clear + Brilliant, Peels, Microneedling, Skin Care
I suggest seeing a cosmetic dermatologist with experience. A combination of lasers, peels, skin care will help with this. Best, Dr. Emer.
Acne and Breakouts
Acne can be controlled either through antibiotics, retinoids, Accutane, or birth control pills. The best treatment depends on the cause. Please consult a dermatologist for a consultation to discover the cause for your acne and the best treatment. Best, Dr. Green