Laser Acne Treatment

Best Laser Treatment for Acne Near You

acne scar treatment near you in Hollywood, FL

Most people who suffer from acne often wonder “what is the best treatment for acne?” The answer is typically not the same for everyone. It’s important to treat the underlying cause for the acne above everything else, which is not the same for everyone.

That said, there are some general tips we give patients for how to get rid of acne:

  • Keep your skin clean by washing it 1 to 2 times a day
  • Don’t over-wash your skin, acne thrives on dryness, which over-washing contributes to
  • Unclog pores and don’t use pore-clogging products
  • Don’t pick at pimples (this can cause acne scarring)
  • Avoid touching your face

Of course, none of the above will completely get rid of certain types of acne including hormonal and cystic acne. For more serious acne problems, consult an experience acne dermatologist near you for a personalized acne treatment plan, which sometimes can include Accutane acne treatment.

What’s The Laser Acne Scar Treatment?

Once you’ve taken care of the cause of acne, and effectually stopped new pimples and cysts from forming, finding the best treatment for acne scars near Hollywood FL becomes top priority. Eveyone wants flawless, smooth skin, something that is hard to achieve if the acne scars remain. At Minars Dermatology we have offered the best laser treatment for acne scars to help give patients smooth and glowing skin.carbon laser acne treatment near you in Hollywood, FL

Spectra Carbon Laser Peel aka “Hollywood Peel”

The Carbon Spectra Laser Peel is a superficial laser peel traditionally used to effectively treat inflammatory acne. The peel gives quick results while also refreshing and brightening your complexion.

This same peel is also referred to as The Hollywood Peel for its extensive use by celebrities in Hollywood, California, particularly before Red Carpet events. Now available in Hollywood, Florida, this peel is perfect for our patients who want a quick skin rejuvenation treatment with essentially no peeling or downtime. The end result is glowing, radiant skin.

 

How Does the Carbon Laser Treatment for Acne Scars Work?

A black carbon solution is first applied to the face and left to dry for about ten minutes. Next, a non-ablative laser applies heat as the carbon particles penetrate and exfoliate the skin. Excess sebum and a superficial layer of skin are removed, stimulating the growth of healthy collagen in its place.

Check out this video below for a step by step visualization of what the acne laser treatment process is:

How Long Does the Acne Laser Treatment Take?

The procedure takes no longer than thirty minutes – and there’s no prep or downtime involved. As with any laser treatment, you should avoid direct sunlight and use sunscreen immediately after treatment – but that’s it. Check out some before and after acne treatment photos for some insight into results our clients have seen.

When Will I See Results?

Most patients see immediate results in skin appearance and their acne starts improving within days. Active acne is reduced, and skin looks refreshed and glowing. Patients look and feel rejuvenated. Maximum results require 2 or 3 treatments spaced a few weeks apart.

Check out what people had to say about us on Google.

“Dr. Alejandra Vivas was super kind to me, super informative and professional. I have had acne for at least 12 years and she was able to help me see results in 6 weeks! Amazing experience. Recommended!”

Victoria Coppola
(February 7, 2021)
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