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Acne reduction treatments in Dallas

Struggling with acne as an adult or teenager can be a very frustrating experience. If you are ready to begin the journey to clean and clear skin, then medical aesthetic treatments are the perfect solution to your skincare issues. The treatments available in this industry are effective and the results are long-lasting. If you want to wake up with clear skin and feel more confident then consider getting an acne reduction treatment in Dallas at our National Laser Institute medical spa. 

What causes acne?

Many people may be struggling with acne and not even be aware of what exactly it is they are dealing with. Acne is caused when your pores become blocked due to the build-up of oil, dead skin, or bacteria. All of these issues lead to breakouts and long term acne. Acne can also be caused by medications, greasy cosmetics, hormonal changes, emotional stress, and menstruation.

Our acne reduction treatments in Dallas:

BBL Photofacial

This is a treatment that is highly effective at killing the bacteria within the skin that causes acne. The treatment causes the acne bumps to diminish and decreases the redness and pigmented acne scars that are within the skin. The BBL laser acne treatment works by heating up layers of your skin through cosmetic heat and energy. This targets the areas in the skin that promotes new skin cell growth. Due to the unique filter of the “blue light effect” that the BBL has the treatment is able to destroy the bacteria that forms acne. The treatment is needed on average around nine times to get optimal results. It can be spaced over a six week period. This is a great option for acne reduction treatments in Dallas.

eMatrix

Ematrix is a radiofrequency skin rejuvenation treatment that can be effective in healing acne scarring. About three to five treatments are needed to get the full effect of the ematrix. Treatments are spaced about four to six weeks apart from each other. The ematrix increases collagen, improves skin tone, tightens the skin, and increases the quality of the texture of the skin. Collagen is an essential protein that provides elasticity to your skin. It helps your skin appear more youthful, vibrant and glowing. The collagen helps your skin to repair and renew, allowing your skin to repair and heal acne scarring. It is a treatment that is safe for any skin type.

Profractional

The laser profractional treatment is another great treatment for acne reduction in Dallas. A profractional treatment triggers the skin’s healing response and leads to a healing of the skin. This is a great treatment for acne scarring and pitting. Three treatments are needed on average for the best results. These can be spaced six to eight weeks apart from each other. This treatment isn’t for every skin type, however, so careful evaluation of the skin is needed prior to treatment. 

Chemical Peel

A chemical peel uses a chemical solution in order to improve the skin’s overall appearance. People use this treatment to solve many different types of skin issues, but one is its ability to soften acne or treat the scars caused by acne. The benefits of a chemical peel include:

  • Lightens unwanted pigmentation
  • Evens out skin tone
  • Smooths rough skin
  • Lightens acne blemishes and prevents future outbreaks
  • Diminishes fine lines and wrinkles
  • Increases collagen and elastin

Three to five treatments are needed on average for the best results. Treatments will need to be spaced four to six weeks apart from each other.

Lamprobe

Lamprobe is a treatment that treats minor skin conditions that are common among most people. Active acne is one of the issues that lamprobe can improve. There is little to no downtime with this treatment and the number of treatments needed depends on the individual’s skin condition. 

Microneedling

Microneedling is a procedure during which tiny needles are used to create controlled micro-injuries to the skin in order to produce collagen and elastin. What does collagen do for your skin? Collagen is an essential protein that provides elasticity to your skin. It helps your skin appear more youthful, vibrant and glowing. Collagen isn’t just good for your skin though. It’s also extremely beneficial for your hair and nails, gut health, brain health, and weight loss. The tiny needles that are used during the treatment serve to create small micro-channels which allow your skin to absorb creams and serums more effectively into the dermis (the thick layer of living tissue below the epidermis which forms the true skin, containing blood capillaries, nerve endings, sweat glands, hair follicles, and other structures). After the treatment, hyaluronic acid is applied to the skin as well. Post-treatment you will have a thicker dermis and your skin will be toner, tighter and have an improved color to it. This treatment is perfect for acne pitting. Three treatments are needed for best results and treatments should be spaced four to six weeks apart from one another. 

Microneedling with PRP

This treatment is the same as a microneedling treatment except that platelet-rich plasma is applied topically to the skin. The platelet-rich plasma is applied topically throughout the treatment. During this process, the skin is being infused with the client’s own natural growth factors which promote stimulation of new collagen production and promote a quicker healing time, quicker results, and healthier cells to the area. For these reasons, this treatment is great for acne scarring. Three treatments are needed for best results and can be spaced out every four to six weeks apart. 

Don’t continue to be one of the many adults that struggle with acne for years and years. Your self-esteem will go down and you may find yourself obsessing over your skin. Instead, give us a call today at 1-800-851-0969 for more information or to set up an appointment for an acne reduction treatment in Dallas!

Louis J. Silberman is the CEO and Co-Founder of National Laser Institute, the pioneer of the medical aesthetics training industry and one of the largest educators in the country.