The Ultimate Solution for Post-Acne Hyperpigmentation and Scarring

Aerolase Neo Elite
Aerolase Neo Elite uses a 650-microsecond pulsed 1064nm Nd:YAG laser that can safely be used on any type or severity of acne and is safe for all skin tones.
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Post-acne scarring and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation from acne can be complex conditions to treat. The Aerolase Neo Elite is clinically proven through trials and peer-reviewed articles as the most effective and safest laser for treating acne and its complications, including post-acne scarring, redness, and hyperpigmentation.

What is the Aerolase Neo Elite?

Neo Elite uses a 650-microsecond pulsed 1064nm Nd:YAG laser that can safely be used on any type or severity of acne and is safe for all skin tones. The laser works by targeting the melanin in the skin, breaking it down, and reducing the appearance of hyperpigmentation. The laser also stimulates collagen production, which can help improve the appearance of acne scars.

What Other Treatments Can Neo Elite be Combined in a Single Session?

Microneedling: Microneedling is a popular option among providers who address stubborn acne scars. Aerolase laser therapy combined with microneedling can be even more effective. Both work together as a single combined therapy for acne and acne scarring by using their unique mechanisms of action to address different aspects of the condition.

The Aerolase Neo Elite laser can reduce active acne, eliminate inflammation, and start building collagen while preparing the skin for microneedling. The microneedling procedure can then be performed to further improve the appearance of acne scars by promoting collagen production. Neo Elite also helps diminish discoloration and hyperpigmentation caused by acne lesions. The needles make controlled micro-injuries to stimulate the body’s natural healing response and promote collagen production. This can help improve the acne scars’ appearance. Combining these two treatments can result in a more comprehensive and effective approach to treating acne and acne scarring with faster patient results.

Chemical Peels: Chemical peels work by exfoliating the outer layer of the skin, which can help reduce hyperpigmentation and improve skin texture. The Aerolase Neo Elite laser can be used before a chemical peel to address dermal hyperpigmentation and redness and stimulate collagen production to improve acne scars’ appearance further.

Aerolase Era Elite Erbium Laser: Neo Elite and Era Elite is the first combination of full-area (not fractional) 106411m Nd:YAG and 294011m EnYAG lasers capable of addressing acne and acne scars on all Fitzpatrick skin types. The unique energy delivery of each device allows them to be combined one after the other. The Neo Elite addresses dermal issues, while the Era replenishes the epidermis for a comprehensive solution to acne and complications from acne.

Safety and Efficacy: The Aerolase Neo Elite laser is safe before other treatments because it is the only deep-penetrating laser with different energy delivery. It allows effective and comfortable treatments without damaging or overstressing the skin. The laser can reduce acne and hyperpigmentation, better preparing the skin for microneedling and chemical peels, further improving the skin’s appearance and texture.

Additionally, the Aerolase Neo Elite laser is gentle and safe for all skin types, including those with sensitive skin or a history of adverse reactions to other cosmetic treatments. The laser also has a low risk of side effects, such as redness, swelling, or discomfort, making it a safe option for use before other therapies.

Aerolase Neo Elite laser, used before other popular therapies to treat active acne, post-acne scars, and hyperpigmentation, improves the effectiveness and time to see excellent results, making them more beneficial for patients seeking to better the appearance and health of their skin.

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