Acne is one of the most common and stubborn skin problems. Regardless of skin type or lifestyle, approximately 80% of the population will suffer from acne at some point in their lives. Acne is common in both teens and adults.
Many people find current treatment options for acne either ineffective or they develop problematic side effects. Additionally, the cost and duration of acne treatment with topical medications and oral antibiotics make standard therapy far from ideal.
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Now, you can clear mild to moderate inflammatory acne without side effects, discomfort, photo-sensitivity or downtime. Acne Clearing treatments utilize a high intensity enhanced light source to permeate the tissue to destroy acne bacteria quickly and easily - with no side effects, no downtime, no pain, and without the exposure to antibiotics. Typically, just ten treatments over a four week period will greatly improve the appearance of skin. IPL Acne PhotoClearingT is great for teens and adults and can help heal and clear your face of acne.
Your Jana Health Care skin consultant will provide you with a complimentary skin analysis to help you understand how to achieve healthy, more beautiful skin with Intense Pulse Light Treatments for Mild to Moderate Acne.
Acne can affect us at almost any age, typically it begins during adolescence, when hormonal changes cause the enlargement and obstruction of sebaceous glands in the skin. Consequently, many people experience an abnormal proliferation of bacteria, predominantly propionibacterium acnes (P. acnes). This typically causes painful, inflamed lesions that can appear on the face, chest, back, limbs and virtually any other part of the body. IPL Acne PhotoClearingT is just one of the many excellent skin-improving treatments offered by Jana Health Care. Other popular treatments include Botox injections, Restylane injections and Spider veins affect millions of Americans. Men & women alike are prone to this unsightly & sometimes painful condition, although studies show more women than men develop spider veins over time. The cause of spider veins remains a mystery, but factors that lead to the formation of spider veins include pregnancy, hormonal changes, weight gain, leg injury or prolonged standing.