Acne is a chronic inflammation of the pilosebaceous gland. Shown with hormonal changes that occur during adolescence, but it is now quite common after the age of 30 as disrespecting both sexes.

Responses to acne:

First the patient should be subjected to Hormonology control before starting any treatment.

Classic treatments are:

  • Long-term use of antibiotics or isotretinoin, while women with endocrine disorder (polycystic ovarian syndrome, adrenal hyperplasia) take birth.
  • OMNILUX led light is a leading technology in phototherapy, easy, safe, non-intrusive providing excellent results. The pioneer of this therapy is that it aims to the Acne’s Propionic Bacterium that’s responsible for erythema. The treatment is painless and the use of local anesthetic is not required.
  • In more severe acne, the safest method without drugs is the combination of a specific photoreactive cream, or else the photodynamic therapy ( PDT ). With only a few minutes under OMNILUX led light you can have glowing skin without acne!
  • Regarding scars from acne the most effective way is the fractional radiofrequency . The process is simple and the results are spectacular. The treatment is done in winter and need a few days to stay at home. They usually take 4-6 sessions per month.

What are the advantages of photodynamic therapy (PDT) for acne?

The most common treatments for acne are antibiotics that they act as long as you take them, but usually acne recurs upon discontinuation of their administration. On the other hand retinoids have been associated with significant side effects such as flaking, dryness, depression, increased Ypatis enzymes triglycerides, diabetes, falling platelets, inflammatory bowel disease, genetic disorders, etc. Therefore, the safest method without drugs to combat acne is photodynamic therapy. The OMNILUX is an innovative technology leader in phototherapy, easy, safe and non-intrusive to use, with excellent results and without downtime.

How many sessions will be needed and when to show the first results?

The number ranges from 6-8, depending on the severity of each incident. From the first treatment! The improvement continued and after treatment, with 28% of patients to observe optimal response at 4 weeks after the last session, to 55% at 8 weeks and 17% at 12 weeks.