sAcne Laser Treatment Of Acne
Why Do We Need Laser Treatment For Acne?
Skin products (serums, gels, creams, ointments) and antibiotics, microdermabrasion, and chemical peels are not enough to eradicate acne and its complications in the form of acne scars & acne hyperpigmented spots.
Accutane (Isotretinoin) or Roaccutane gives dramatic acne-clearing results in most cases; however, it's advisable to avoid this dreadful medication as it gives multiple side effects.
The right laser treatment combined with the right use of properly chosen natural medico-aesthetic products and oral medications is the ideal choice for effectively combatting this hardly treatable skin disease.
Skin Products Cannot Eradicate Acne
Skin products have proved to be ineffective in eradicating acne due to their limited penetration into the skin. This is the reason that has triggered the search for alternative treatment methods, such as various laser, microneedling, and radiofrequency treatments that could reach the deeper skin layers where the acne pathological processes are taking place.
Medications, such as antibiotics (Doxycycline) and Isotretinoin (Accutane, Roaccutane) are used to try to decrease or eliminate moderate or severe active acne.
Doxycycline and other antibiotics should not be taken for extended periods of time, as the acne-causing bacteria build up resistance to the pharmacotherapy.
These medications cause more side effects than really stop or eliminate acne in the majority of cases. Dreadful side effects are common with Accutane or Roaccutane.