Intense Pulse Light (IPL) Acne Therapy
50 min. $150, in series $125
Our state-of-the-art photo-pneumatic IPL (laser) procedure combines intense light wavelengths and vacuum technology, to achieve dramtic results in combating acne thorough deep-pore cleansing, helping you gain the radiant, clear complexion that you long to have.
If you're frustrated with acne and wish you had clear, radiant skin - you're not alone.
In fact, over 60 million Americans suffer from acne: unfortunately, many have had difficulty finding an acne treatment that works.1 You may have tried over-the-counter cleansers, antibiotics, and even prescribed oral medications that contain Isotretinoin, yet you are still frustrated with breakouts. Additionally, oral prescriptions for acne have a long laundry list of uncomfortable, and harmful potential short-term and long-term effects on your body and health (click here for details from the National Institute of Health).
No matter your age or skin type, Isolaz is a revolutionary way to achieve deep pore cleansing and help you have a radiant, clear complexion. Click here to see how Isolaz Acne Light Therapy works.
Isolaz clinical studies show immediate results within 24-48 hours, including reduced redness, clearing of skin discoloration and immediate drying/ flattening of the blemish.2
Non-responders to oral medications, topical medications and lasers had over a 75% reduction in lesions within 2 months.3
Other clinical studies showed a significant decrease in number, and severity of "breakouts" and a decrease in the amount of oil production.4
Isolaz also helps jump-start topical base treatments, by helping your skin absorb these lotions better.
1 Acne-resource.org, American Dermatologist Association
2 Multi-Center Data Presented to the FDA, July, 2006. Aesthera Corporation
3 Shamban, Ava T. MD. Photopneumatic (PPx) Pore-Cleansing Acne Treatment™: A Breakthrough Treatment Option for Non-Responders to Acne Therapies. Draft. August 2006
4 Clinical Observations, Ava Shamban, MD, Santa Monica, CA; Gilly Munavalli, MD, MHS, Charlotte, NC; Vic Narurkar, MD, San Francisco, CA; Kumiko Jitsukawa, Tokyo, Japan