11. 10. 2007
Isolaz vacuum laser acne treatment
Medical cosmetic treatments, both surgical and non-surgical, are becoming mainstream even outside of Hollywood. Yet, many people who might otherwise like to try laser, chemical, or surgical treatments for common conditions like chronic acne, rosacia or hair in unwanted places, are hesitant about the invasiveness or recovery hardships related to such procedures. Home treatments offered by those little microdermabrasion kits and the hundreds of topical treatments on the market just aren't adequate substitutes when you want to see immediate results.
A new treatment called Isolaz may be a good middle ground for people who aren't ready to take a major leap into the land of plastic surgery, but are willing to try something a little more serious than a trip to the drug store. Isolaz is a device that uses a technology called "photopneumatics" to deep clean pores (basically a combination of light and vacuum power). The company claims that its procedures are quick and painless, and effective in treating acne, redness and brown spots. Isolaz is also used for painless hair removal (beats waxing, which I believe is very painful). And there's no post-treatment regimen to follow, so you don't have to hide out at home and take vacation time to recover.