Conditions We Treat / Inflammatory Acne

Laser Treatment for Inflammatory Acne

Inflammatory acne treatment by Dr. Nassir

The toughest inflammatory acne doesn’t respond to oral antibiotics or topical creams. For these instances, OC Skin Laser Center uses the Cutera XEO laser system to treat the area.

Using a special wavelength of light, our technician can not only heal the skin underneath the acne but also kill the p. acnes bacteria that causes the acne in the first place. Once destroyed, the bacteria can no longer infect or irritate the skin, which allows the body to naturally heal itself and return your skin to its natural, healthy state.

While laser treatment is a very effective way to treat inflammatory acne, it is not always a guaranteed fix. Our knowledgeable staff will help you determine whether or not this treatment is right for you, and will guide you through the entire process of treating your skin.

Please contact our office for more information on laser acne treatment or to schedule your consultation.

What is inflammatory acne?

Regular pimples are caused when debris such dead skin cells and bacteria are trapped in pores by oil that is naturally produced by the skin. When the body tries to fight the infection with white blood cells, redness and swelling is caused in the affected area. This is what we call inflammatory acne.

Summary of Symptoms

  1. Symptom 1Pink or red pimples
  2. Symptom 2White or off-white pustules
  3. Symptom 3Dark red, firm pus-filled nodules
  4. Symptom 4Large, red fluid-filled cysts

Why you should treat inflammatory acne

If you are conscious of inflammatory acne and would like to improve your appearance, enhance your self-esteem and even improve the general health of your skin, then our treatment is for you.

Clear Skin that's Not Only Free of Bacteria, but also Feels Good.


Treatment Price
Inflammatory Acne 250

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