Laser Acne Treatment in Brandon, FL

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Acne is one of the multiple things that may impact your ability to feel confident. When you struggle with acne, you can sometimes have severe pimples or inflamed lumps on different parts of your face and body. If you have tried numerous medications, gels, or moisturizers but nothing appears to help, you might consider laser acne treatment. BeyondBela Aesthetics & Wellness is proud to offer advanced laser treatments using the Neo Elite® by Aerolase®. This contactless 650-microsecond laser device effectively and safely treats all forms of active acne. For more information and to schedule a consultation with our team, call our office in Brandon, FL.

Thanks to laser acne treatment using the Neo Elite platform, you may be able to find relief from acne breakouts that affect your appearance and self-esteem. Benefits of Neo Elite treatments at BeyondBela Aesthetics & Wellness include:

  • Eradicating acne-causing bacteria
  • Decreasing the appearance of acne scars
  • Diminishing acne outbreaks
  • Encouraging collagen production
  • Supporting skin health
  • Improving the overall appearance of the skin
  • Safe and effective for most skin types
  • Treatments are quick and simple

Unlike other types of laser devices, Neo Elite does not need any type of anesthetic or skin cooling to increase your comfort during the laser acne procedure. Instead, light energy from the contactless device penetrates deeply into the skin while allowing time for the skin to cool itself between pulses so there should be no uncomfortable burning sensations. As the laser device passes over the treatment area, it targets sebum output, destroys acne-causing bacteria, and reduces inflammation to treat active breakouts while also stimulating collagen production to reduce the appearance of acne scars. You may need multiple sessions, depending on the severity of the acne, but the result will be clearer and healthier skin.

Dr. Vega recommended her special blend of Vitamin C for my acne. I had tried other Vitamin C elsewhere before and wasn't impressed but I tried it for 2 weeks and it cleared up all of my acne! My skin is radiant, soft and acne-free! Excellent product, I went back and bought more bottles. I noticed they have a wide assortment of treatments and services that interest me. Because of the trust I have in Dr. Vega, while I was there, I also scheduled a liposuction for my self and one for my son for the end of May! Can't wait!

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If you have painful acne and have used various treatments that were not beneficial, our team invites you to receive laser acne treatment. Don't let pimples prevent you from feeling good about yourself. BeyondBela Aesthetics & Wellness is here to help you achieve the smooth skin you have been wishing for. To learn more, reach out to our Brandon, FL office and set up a consultation.

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Do laser acne treatments hurt?

No, many people only note minor discomfort from the treatment. Quite a few say it is a "snapping" sensation that goes away as the skin acclimates to the procedure. We may administer a local numbing ointment to help make your treatment as easy and calm as possible.

Can acne be permanently cured?

Currently, while acne may be diminished and managed, there is no "permanent" treatment for acne. Virtually every person will live with some level of acne at different times in their life. For some individuals, it can be a major problem, while for others, it is occasionally if ever an issue. The team at BeyondBela Aesthetics & Wellness provides a multi-pronged approach to addressing acne that can be personalized to your specific concerns.

Do specific foods trigger acne or make it worse?

Consuming certain foods does not result in acne for the most part. Much research has gone into the connection between particular food products and acne. However, the leading catalyst for acne is hormonal changes that can trigger the sebaceous glands under the skin to overproduce sebum, which can obstruct pores, resulting in acne outbreaks. Though unsubstantiated, there are certain foods believed to make acne worse, such as excessive fried foods, dairy items, food that contains saturated fats, foods with a lot of processed sugar, and milk chocolate. The connecting piece between acne and these products is that they have the ability to impact hormone levels, which may result in acne.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.