If you’re still struggling with acne breakouts, you’re not alone. Acne is among the most common skin conditions in the world, affecting up to 50 million people each year in the United States alone.
Will this treatment work for me?
The best candidate is someone who has acne and/or acne-related inflammation on the face or body.
You may not be a good candidate for this treatment if:
- You have metal or other implants in the treatment area
- You have a history of cancer
- You are pregnant or nursing
- You have a dark tan
- You have any diseases that can be stimulated by light (e.g., epilepsy)
- You have a history of disease that can be stimulated by heat (e.g., herpes)
- You have poorly controlled endocrine disorders (e.g., diabetes or polycystic ovary syndrome)
- You have any active condition in the treatment area (e.g., eczema, psoriasis, or a rash)
- You have a history of skin disorders, keloids, unusual wound healing, or excessively dry and/or sensitive skin
- You’ve had a surgical procedure within the past three months
- You’ve had a tattoo or permanent makeup in the treatment area