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Laser Skin Acne Treatment

For those who suffer from acne, finding a treatment that works is of the utmost importance. Fortunately, there are many options today that help ensure the best chance of winning the war over acne. From topical creams and lotions, herbal remedies, and medications that are taken internally, it seems everyone is trying to find the most effective tool to equip themselves in the battle for beautiful, blemish free skin.

Though many people are able to find their weapons of defense and determine a course of action there are many people who are left with acne scars. These scars continually remind them of the years of pain and humiliation they endured when they suffered with this dreadful condition.
Removing these scars is not only beneficial to the individual’s health, it is also a vital component used for ensuring a healthy sense of self-esteem. Often, those who suffer with acne also bear the emotional scars as well as the physical ones. Though the condition of acne may clear up or improve, the scars will remain for a lifetime unless they are removed. Using laser treatments is one of the most effective ways of treating acne scars.

Laser skin resurfacing works by emitting a strong beam of light that is directly aimed over the skin. The skin responds by producing more collagen, and scientific research has shown that the elasticity of the skin actually improves with laser resurfacing. Laser resurfacing offers many benefits due to the fact that the procedure never cuts the skin or draws blood. It is also relatively quick, and the entire process may be completed in as little as ten minutes, although, the procedure may last an hour or more if applied to larger areas.

The laser acne treatments work by removing the top layers of skin. This is beneficial because it literally removes the layers where the scars reside. After your first treatment, your new layer of skin will heal generally within a week’s worth of time. Your new layer of skin may be more red or pink, but this will fade over time.

The first step in choosing a laser skin acne treatment is to have a consultation with a dermatologist. The dermatologist will examine your skin and will need to know if you are taking any medications, (including vitamins, minerals, and herbal supplements), if you have had any previous surgeries or skin treatments, and if you have taken any prescription medications for Acne. Most importantly, they will want to know if you are or have recently taken Accutane.
It is important to realize that laser resurfacing does have its risks as well as its benefits. When you visit your physician or dermatologist for a consultation, be sure to ask about any risks associated with laser resurfacing. You will also need to prepare your skin for the procedure by avoiding certain medications and abstaining from the sun.

After the procedure you will notice that your skin may remain red or pink for up to nine months. You will also need to stay out of the sun for up to a year due to the fact that your skin will be extremely sensitive to sunburn. You will be required to use sunscreen protection at all times outdoors. After treatment, your skin will continue to improve throughout the next year. Be sure to ask your doctor about any questions or concerns you have regarding the procedure, it’s benefits, as well as its risks.

 

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