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Acne Laser Treatment - How You Can Now "Do It Yourself" at Home for a Fraction of the Price, and Get the Same Results

There are always new ways to treat acne coming out as the latest and greatest method to treat acne and smooth the skin out to its pre-acne days. Some of these methods are really not effective, and cause consumers to just pour their money down the drain, so to speak, in hopes of finally finding the answer to their acne woes.

Others, like acne laser treatment, are a truly effective and proven way to clear acne, help mend the skin, and help heal scarring and existing acne lesions.

How Does Acne Laser Treatment Treat Scarring and Acne at the Same Time

Lasers work by using various "soft pulsing light" wavelengths and intensities to help "reshape" scar tissue, making raised scars go down, and reducing the redness of the skin around healed acne postules. Home acne lasers actually emit a low, constant frequency of red light which helps to stimulate collagen, making scarring less visible, and helping to stimulate the healing of existing acne, and speed the whole recovery process.

The low light acne home laser does not emit heat and does not hurt or burn your tissues - quite the contrary, you will feel like you've just had a refreshing facial after you use it each time - I did. Not only that, if you have any fine lines or wrinkles, you will notice that they soften with the use of this laser as well.

One particular medical grade home acne laser treatment that uses this technology had the following to report:

1. The home laser device was found to be an effective treatment for acne in the inflammatory stage.

2. Subjects typically would see positive results within 3-6 weeks of starting treatment. The positive results depended largely on consistency and continuity of treatment. Especially in the first few weeks, consistency is key if you want to see real results from a home laser

3. After 6 Weeks of Laser Treatment:
20% of the patients were completely healed.
50% of the patients showed major improvement.
20% of the patients showed minor improvement.

These are pretty compelling statistics, and I'd say very promising for anyone looking to treat their acne and reduce acne scarring effectively, without countless visits to the dermatologist or a plastic surgeons office for essentially the same treatment.

If You REALLY Want to Get Astounding Results, Take it a Step Further and Combine Laser Therapy with a Natural Oral Remedy

You can achieve even greater and faster success when combining an oral remedy for acne and the laser. This fights acne from both a scarring and healing aspect on the outside, and from an internal standpoint, eradicating impurities and hormonal imbalances which cause the acne in the first place.

Many dermatologists take this two pronged approach, and they will combine a microdermabrasion or laser therapy with an oral antibiotic for maximum results for their patients. Why can't you do the same and get identical results, or even better results than doctor's office treatments?

The fact is, there are other options that are less expensive over the long haul and many times even more effective than medications or special in-office treatments can be. Why not take advantage of this advanced technology?

by Danna Schneider
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Visit Acne Laser Treatment for more information on the best home acne laser treatment that covers the most surface area of any home laser. Danna Schneider is the founder of CosmeticsGalore.com. Visit Acne Magazine: Acne Remedies for info on the latest, most cutting edge natural acne remedies available today.

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