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Acne is an ongoing problem for 85% of all teenagers. More than a third of adults also suffer from recurring and persistent acne.

Treatment Options

We focus on using a number of different machines and techniques to both kill the P.Acnes bacteria, and to control the skin's production of sebum (skin oils). We also perform paramedical extractions on any existing acne pustules.

Acne Peel with Pastelle (Q-switched Laser)

Pastelle laser treatment for acne offers a reliable and long-lasting solution to stubborn and persistent acne.


$270 per session (packages available at discounted rates)

Your questions answered

How does the Pastelle Laser treat acne?

The Pastelle Laser's dual action attacks acne deep in the dermis and on the skins surface.

  • Reduces all types of acne
  • Controls oily skin
  • Shrinks pore size
  • Safe on inflamed skin
  • Reduces redness from acne marks
  • Reduces recurrence and inflammation

What does treatment involve?

Step 1

Your skin is thoroughly cleansed to remove all make-up and sebum. A thin layer of carbon cream is applied to the skin.

Step 2

In Genesis Mode, the Pastelle laser light energy is delivered deep into the skin, reaching the sebaceous glands. This helps reduce inflammation and stimulates skin cell regeneration.

Step 3

The Pastelle laser Q-switched mode gently peels old skin away, destroys bacteria, unplugs and shrinks pores, and stimulates new skin growth.

What results can I expect?

Your general skin health will start to improve from the first treatment. Sebum levels and the number of acne pimples will start to reduce.

Your skin type and the severity of your acne will determine the degree of improvement in your condition.

Most patients see some improvement after their first treatment. Visible acne should be reduced, and you may also notice an improvement in general skin tone and texture.

Pastelle laser treatment can also help shrink large pores and reduces the appearance of some acne scars through collagen stimulation.

How long will results last?

While the Pastelle Laser is extremely effective and long lasting, like other laser treatments its results will generally not be permanent.

To maintain the results, both on the surface and in the deeper layers of the skin, follow up treatments are recommended.

You will be given instructions to help maintain the benefits of your treatment.

It is strongly advised to adhere to a Medical Grade Cosmeceutical home skincare program to support and maintain the skins integrity.

Is treatment painful?

Pastelle Laser treatment for acne is fast and comfortable.

Is there any downtime?

There is no downtime as a result of this treatment and you can return to normal activities immediately after treatment.

How many treatments will I need?

Typically, 3-4 treatments spaced 2-3 weeks apart achieves dramatic results.

Y-Lite Laser

Y-Lite Laser treatment helps in reducing active acne and speeds up healing time of existing acne. This laser is also ideal for reducing the redness and scarring associated with acne.


Pricing: From $150 depending on size of treatment area

Your questions answered

How does the Y-Lite laser treat acne?

The yellow light from the Y-Lite Laser destroys the P Acne bacteria, and shrinks the sebaceous gland to reduce the production of sebum.

How many treatments will I need?

A skin consultation will provide you with an exact treatment plan. acne can effectively be managed with 4 treatments, one week apart.

What does treatment involve?

A special Laser Gel is applied to the treatment area before a glass tip applicator attached to the laser is applied to the skin using a gliding action over the treatment area.

Is treatment painful?

There is no discomfort associated with this treatment.

Is there any downtime?

There is no downtime as a result of this treatment and you can return to normal activities immediately after treatment.

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