Isolaz has created a lot of buzz over the last few years for its impact on acne. The reportedly painless procedure offers visible improvement after the first treatment of mild to moderate acne and is said to produce real results where other treatments (like oral and topical medications and other devices) fail to deliver.
Calling on photopheumatic technology, Isolaz combines two techniques: the power of light to kill bacteria and vacuum energy to suction debris from the pores. The quick, no-downtime procedure in the doctor’s office requires no pretreatment or anesthetic. There is reportedly no redness, no peeling and no sun sensitivity.
Clearer skin, reduced pore size and flattened pustules have been reported after the first treatment. Generally, four treatments are recommended to achieve optimal results.
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