Venus Versa IPL Acne Treatment reduces the amount of bacteria and sebum produced resulting in fewer breakouts and improved pore size.
"I had acne problem from ten years since I started doing Acne SOS with Stephanie I started feeling confident again." - Sara
VenusVersa™ ACDUAL for acne treatment.
Acne is a result of overactive sebaceous glands that produce too much oil creating clogged pores, and leading to a growth of P.acnes which can cause more breakouts. IPL is done to target P.acnes and can also shrink the sebaceous glands. Many things can cause breakouts from hormonal changes, medications, cosmetics or skincare, lack of skincare, sun exposure, and stress.
How long is the treatment?
Back treatments are 45 minutes and face treatments are booked for 30 minutes.
What areas can be treated?
Back- Chest - Face - Spot Treatment
Is it safe?
Venus Versa IPL is extremely safe, all of our estheticians doing the treatments are certified by Venus Concept and have gone through rigorous training. We do require a medical and health history form to be filled out prior to treatment during the consultation in order to give you the best treatment results and make sure you are an acceptable candidate for the treatment.
What are the side effects?
Side effects include deepening of the color of the lesions, tenderness to the lesions (if cystic), blanching/greying of vessels and/or vascular scars, intense edema, and erythema lasting 5 - 10 days may occur.
Is it painful?
It’s a very tolerable procedure; some people experience a bit of warmth as the light touches the skin, however, a cooling tip is used during this treatment.
Am I a candidate for the Venus Versa IPL treatment?
Most people are able to receive this treatment but there are a few contraindications in which we cannot perform the treatment.
If you are/or have
• Implantable defibrillators, cardiac pacemakers, metal implants • Pregnancy or breastfeeding
• Current or past history of cancer • Disease stimulated by light
• Multiple Sclerosis or neurological disease • History of keloids or abnormal wound healing
• Medications, herbs, vitamins, or supplements known to induce photosensitivity such as Accutane, tetracyclines or st john wort
•Diseases stimulated by heat such as herpes simplex
• Tattoo or permanent make up in treatment area • Active Inflammation/infection in the area
• Varicose veins • Excessively tanned skin • Vitiligo • Skin related autoimmune disease
During the consultation assessment, we may refuse treatment on someone with the following if we deem unsafe for treatment