Say Goodbye to Winter Acne at NLI Med Spa
As if the winter winds weren’t brutal enough, we have another reason to fear the cold. Going from extremely frigid temperatures to dry, indoor heat may cause the skin to become dehydrated. This dry skin can lead to irritation, flaking and cracking–thus becoming a breeding ground for bacteria. And for those who are acne prone, it means the skin is under attack.
Thanks to cosmetic laser technology, acne photofacials have been a huge success. The Sciton BBL (BroadBand Light) laser is capable of killing acne-causing bacteria deep within the skin. This then aids in preventing active and future breakouts, while also helping to clear up those past annoying pimple scars!
How does the BBL Acne Photofacial Work?
The BBL acne photofacial works by safely applying both photothermal energy and heat onto your skin. We then use a “blue light effect” to stimulate collagen production, while destroying the bacteria that causes acne and blackheads.
What all does the BBL Acne Photofacial Treat?
- Bacteria that causes acne, pimples, cystic acne, breakouts, etc.
- Pigment scarring from acne scars
- Redness within the skin that could be caused from acne
- Rosacea and sun damage
- Age spots, sun spots, and freckles
- Large pores and excess oil
- Fine lines and wrinkles and overall tone and texture
Our medical aesthetic skin experts thoroughly discuss your skin concerns and overall goals before treating you within our luxury medical spa facility. Our goal is to provide you with clear, beautiful, and acne-free skin at a fraction of the retail cost! If you’re ready to say goodbye to pesky pimples and learn more about acne photofacials, call 800.574.8377 to speak with a treatment specialist today.
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.