What is Acleara?
Nearly 80 million Americans suffer from acne, severe enough to cause scarring at least 25 percent of the time. Acleara is a new acne treatment system that utilizes a combination of vacuum and light to clear up skin. Unlike many other acne treatment systems, Acleara is FDA-approved to treat acne of varying forms and severities on all skin types.
How Acleara Works
Acleara combines two common acne treatment methods. First, vacuum therapy opens and lifts the sebaceous glands and clears our many of the blackheads. Next, light is used to destroy the bacteria, shock the sebaceous glands and prevent the spread of the oil.
Candidates for Acleara
Nearly anyone with acne is a candidate for Acleara. Due to its gentle nature, Acleara can even be used on teenagers. Your dermatologist can provide you with more information, including before-and-after photographs, on whether Acelara is right for you.
Acleara Treatment Session
Acleara does not require any anesthetics beforehand. During a treatment session, the device is moved across your face. A typical Acleara session lasts about 10 to 15 minutes and only requires sunscreen post-treatment.
Results of Acleara
Acleara noticeably reduces acne after the first treatment session and provides the most visible results after the third treatment session. In addition to clearing acne, Acleara reduces pores and improves overall skin texture. For best results, four to five treatment sessions spaced one to two weeks apart are typically recommended.
Contact Us Today to Learn More About Acleara
To learn more about Acleara, contact us today to schedule a consultation. Our conveniently located offices welcome patients from Queens, Long Island (Nassau County and Suffolk County), New York City, Westchester County, NY, Bergen County, NJ, Union County, NJ, and all surrounding areas.