Aviclear laser treatment for acne in harley street, London
With over 12,000 commercial treatments performed, AviClear is the number one FDA-cleared energy-based acne treatment in North America.
Self London is excited to introduce AviClear to the clinic. AviClear transcends traditional approaches by selectively targeting the source of acne at the optimal wavelength and power, safe for all skin types and skin tones. AviClear isn’t just a routine, it’s a transformative experience that redefines the standard for long-term acne clearance.
AviClear is a laser treatment that can effectively treat all acne severities. Its revolutionary and award-winning technology is safe for all skin types and skin tones.
AviClear uses the power of light to target acne at the source. This laser treatment uses a 1726nm wavelength to selectively target and downregulate the sebaceous (oil-producing) glands. The overproduction of sebum (oil) by the sebaceous glands is one of the leading causes of acne.
The AviClear treatment protocols recommend three approximately 30-minute treatment sessions, spaced 3-4 weeks apart, to achieve optimal results.
The timing by which visible improvements can be noticed will vary by patient. In a clinical study of 104 patients who received a series of three AviClear treatments, it was observed that 80% of patients had at least half of their acne resolved by three months after their final treatment. At six and twelve months after the final treatment, this figure rose to 87% and then to 92% respectively.
*Data on File, Cutera, Inc.
AviClear is suitable for adolescents and adult patients with mild, moderate or severe acne. AviClear is not a treatment that can be used to prevent acne.
The AviClear treatment experience can vary by patient. No topical pain mitigation (numbing) is used for the treatment. AviClear is a laser that is equipped with exclusive AviCool sapphire skin cooling and sensory control for a safe, effective, and tolerable treatment experience. If you would like to discuss the sensation of the laser, please ask your doctor during your consultation.