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Laser Acne Clearance AW3




* Very effective for acne
* Millions of people worldwide has been treated successfully using the AW3® system
* Scientifically proven to achieve optimal results
* Non surgical safe procedure




Acne Clearance

Most of us experience acne to some extent during our lives. For many people it is a short-term annoyance, but others develop more long-term and more severe acne.
Acne occurs when one of the skin´s natural oils – sebum – is unable to leave the skin because the hair follicle is blocked. This may result in a blackhead, or a whitehead, and can lead to the growth of bacteria below the surface of the skin.

Inflammation can occur, and the rupture of an inflamed area can lead to scarring.
Medication can help to reduce acne, but the AW3® procedure in combination with prescription medication has been clinically proven to accelerate the healing process for acne.


How does the AW3 system work for Acne?

The AW3® treatment works by directing well-controlled pulses of light into the upper skin layer. The light is absorbed by the body’s own natural chemical – haemoglobin – in the blood vessels that feed the sebaceous glands. The AW3® treatment works by reducing the blood supply to the sebaceous gland, which slows down production of the body oil sebum.
The haemoglobin converts the light energy into heat, which damages the walls of the vessels supplying blood to the glands. This technique has the name “Selective Photothermolysis”.
The visible light produced by the AW3® systems is carefully controlled to produce the correct pulse length and right amount of energy to reduce the acne without damaging the surrounding tissue.




How long does the treatment take?

The glass prism within the AW3® applicator that guides the light to the skin targets the area in a flash of light. It takes approximately 5-10mins to treat the full face. Including consultation and preparation, it should take no longer than 15 mins. A typical course is between 4-6 sessions with three weeks apart.


Who can be treated?

Anyone with acne who wants clearer looking skin! If you have permanent acne you will benefit from this treatment. The best results are achieved on inflammatory acne – best known as those red, aching, raised pimples.


Does it hurt?

Although the AW3® technology produces less pain than most systems on the market, tolerance to pain varies from individual. No anesthetics are required, and many patients describe the discomfort as a warming sensation similar to the feeling after a day on the beach.


How can I be sure that AW3 are save and effective?

AW3® systems has been used worldwide by leading doctors and specialists for many years. AW3® has a loud voice in the laser industry and is one of the leading innovators of laser machines since the 90s when it was first commercialise. The settings used for your treatment will be based on the settings recommended by the clinicians who carried out the clinical trials.


What can I expect?

You may notice some general redness on the face following the treatment. If you have sun-damaged skin, some of the pigmented spots may turn darker
and eventually disappear.The bacteria are difficult to eradicate completely, your doctor will probably recommend that you continue using adapalene cream for a few months after the AW3® acne treatment course. Should you suffer from a future acne outbreak, the treatment can be repeated as a top up. Although results vary from person to person, but the AW3® system achieves a superior results compared to any others of it’s range.


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(Deposit & Cancellation policy: we take a fully refundable deposit of £10 (rrp £25) to secure the appointment. Failure to give the full 48hr notice will result in the deposit being taken by the clinic)





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We are very proud of the fact that our Laser Acne Clearance AW3 customers come from many close and distant areas in England such as Southsea, Portsmouth, Southampton, Gosport, Havant, Cosham, Fratton, North End, Isle of Wight, Fareham, Chichester, Bedhampton, Porchester, Portswood, Sholing, Shirley, Emsworth, Westbourne, Southwick, Clanfield, Petersfield, Bordon, Winchester, Eastleigh, West End, Farlington, Romsey, Bognor Regis, Bury, Netley, Alton, London