What is Isolaz?

Isolaz is a safe and effective laser treatment that treats every aspect of blemished skin. It purifies your pores deep down to attack black heads, acne, and oily skin at the source.

How long have Isolaz treatments been available?

The Isolaz technology was first used in 2005.

How does it work?

Isolaz technology combines vacuum, profusion, and a broadband light. The vacuum helps loosen and extract dirt, blackheads and excess oil from deep within your pores. The light helps destroy acne causing bacteria, slow down oil production, as well as reducing facial redness. The profusion allows skincare products to penetrate deep into skin to provide maximum effectiveness.

How long is the treatment?

It depends on the area of the body being treated; treatments on the face may take 15 to 20 minutes, whereas treatments on the back and chest may take a little longer. The great thing is that there is no special pre-treatment preparation!

How many treatments will I need?

Typically, three to six treatments are needed. However, the exact number of treatments varies from patient to patient and will be determined by the provider.

Who can be treated with Isolaz? What kind of acne can be treated?

Isolaz treatment is great for everyone and it can treat all skin types, light and dark. Isolaz can treat most types of acne. When you come to the office, we will evaluate your acne and see if Isolaz is right for you.

When will I start to see results?

Typically, patients can see a visible improvement in the redness or severity of their acne after the first treatment. It’s important to stick to the treatment plan that we will outline for you to see the full effects of treatment.

What will I look like immediately after the procedure? Can I go out in public?

You may see some mild redness in the treatment area, but yes, after your Isolaz treatment, you can go right back to your normal activities.

Schedule a consultation for your Isolaz Facial today. During a consultation, patients meet with their aesthetician and staff to discuss all options in more detail. Patients may ask questions about desired outcome as well as view before and after photos of similar procedures.