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Photo Dynamic Therapy

Photo Dynamic Therapy

Acne affects many of us and can be a very socially debilitating skin condition.  There are so many products on the market that claim to treat acne, choices can be very confusing when unsure who or what information to believe.

If you have been through the distress and embarrassment of having acne and tried many treatments to resolve it then you will be happy to hear it is not surprising that many treatments are not successful because they are not treating the underlying causes.

The Aesthetic Centre has over 15 years experience in treating acne with scientifically researched skin care products and medically advanced treatments to combat and break the acne cycle.  Our acne program is individualised to treat everything from active acne to acne scarring.



Photo Dynamic Therapy (PDT)

Equivalent to Omnilux

The PDT 2000 has two lights;

Blue Light of 430nm and a Red Light of 630nm.

The blue light kills the P-acne bacteria in acne.

The red light plumps up collagen; thereby smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles, and evens out skin tone and pigmentation.

For stubborn acne, 5ALA / PDT may be the answer to your ongoing problems.  ALA (Amino Levulenic Acid) is a photosensitizer which makes cells more receptive to light.  When exposed to a specific wavelength of light, a form of oxygen is produced to kill the damaged cells.

How many treatments will I need?

This varies depending on the severity of your acne and can be discussed at your complimentary no obligation consultation.

Please be aware that individual results for any treatment or use of our products may vary. Results are not guaranteed.

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