Natural Acne Treatment

Acne Treatment:

Dr. Idrissi is a Naturopathic Skin Expert. She will research the causes of your skin problems, remove them, and support the natural healing process .

Many treatment options for acne are available, including lifestyle changes, medications, and medical procedures. Eating fewer simple carbohydrates such as sugar may help.

 We begins with diet modification, supplement, hormone balancing. Once we stop the progression of the acne, then we can treat the skin with professional 100% Natural skincare product, Cold Laser Therapy (Theralase) and Microcurrent Facial Treatments (ElaProMed):

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Cold Laser Therapy:

Theralase advanced anti-aging system is designed for facial rejuvenation and the treatment of various dermatological conditions. This non-invasive system erases years of lines and wrinkles without surgery or painful recuperation time. By combining laser/acupuncture facial points and both near infrared and visible red light, treatments optimize skin health and appearance through the production of collagen and elastin, both essential to healthier more youthful skin.

Mariem Idrissi  utilizes Theralase Cold Laser Therapy device, providing painless, non-invasive treatments for:

  • Acne

  • Herpes Simplex

  • Psoriasis

  • Rosacea

  • Sutures

  • Keloids

  • Scarring

  • Wrinkles

  • Stretch Marks

How Does It Work?

Light therapy has been shown to improve vascularity (circulation) by increasing the formation of new capillaries. New capillaries speed up the healing process by supplying additional oxygen and nutrients needed for healing and stimulate the production of collagen. One of the secondary mechanisms of light therapy is increased collagen synthesis. Collagen is the most common protein found in the body and is the essential protein used to repair and replace damaged tissue. It is the substance that holds cells together, along with elastin, thus forming a high degree of elasticity. Increasing both collagen and elastin production will decrease scar tissue at the injured site.