ISOLAZ Acne Laser Treatments

How Isolaz WorksIsolaz Acne Laser

For sufferers of acne who have tried many treatments but are unable to get their condition under control,  Nouriche offers the  Isolaz Acne Laser.  Isolaz uses vacuum to purify the pores combined with intense pulse light (IPL) therapy to kill bacteria.

The vacuum removes debris stuck deep in the pores, or brings it closer to the skin’s surface allowing your aesthetician to extract it.  The light therapy kills bacteria deep in the pores and can decrease oil production of the sebaceous glands. Click through these before and after photos to see some amazing Isolaz transformations.

Isolaz uses its unique a combination of light therapy and vacuum technology to:

  • Purify from the inside out
  • Cleanse the pores
  • Replenish the skin

What types of acne does Isolaz treat?

Isolaz is cleared by the FDA to treat all kinds of acne and clogged pores.  Tecnhincally speaking this includes pustular acne, comedonal acne and mild to moderate inflammatory acne (acne vulgaris) in all skin types. Take a look at our before and after photos below to see patients with various types of acne.

Does Isolaz hurt? 
No!  It doesn’t hurt.  The laser used is painless.  You will feel some pressure from the vacuum and a warm sensation from the laser but you should not feel any true discomfort or pain.

How long does the treatment take?
It depends on the area of the body being treated, but treatments on the face may take as little as 15 to 20 minutes. Body treatments may take a little longer.

Will I have sensitivity to light following my treatment? 
No. Unlike other treatments, Isolaz does not cause sensitivity to light.

Is Isolaz safe on ethnic skin or skin of color?
Your aesthetician may refer to your “skin type” when describing skin characteristics such as color. Whether you have fair or dark skin, all skin types, can be treated with Isolaz.

I have acne on my back and chest; can Isolaz help?
Yes, Isolaz treatment is effective on acne on the back and chest as well as the face.  These are the areas of the body where people typically get acne because the sebaceous glands are most active.

Is there downtime associated with the treatment? 
In the aesthetic business, downtime refers to how long before you will be comfortable being seen in public. Isolaz is considered to be a no downtime procedure. There may be mild redness that typically lasts less than an hour. You can go right back to your normal activities as soon as you leave the office.

Will I respond to Isolaz if I have tried Accutane and it didn’t work?
While everyone is different, many patients who have not responded to topical or oral medication acne treatments have had success with Isolaz  Just be sure to tell us about any medications you may be taking.

Am I a candidate for Isolaz treatment? 
Anyone with acne may be a candidate for Isolaz. Acne doesn’t discriminate.  It affects males and females of all ages.

What if I only get a breakout every once in a while? 
Of course! Because Isolaz uses vacuum for deep pore cleansing, you’ll leave with clear, healthy skin and fewer breakouts in the future. We’ll also help you put a product package together to complement your program.

How many treatments will I need?
Four to six treatments are usually recommended for initial results.  Some patients need more and some need less.  Once you’ve achieved the results you are looking for, you may need to come in occasionally for maintenance treatments.