Aesthera Isolaz now targets rosacea symptoms

Written by on February 2, 2010 in IPL, laser therapy with 0 Comments


A recent segment on ABC-TV’s Good Morning America Health featured rosacea.

One slant put on this television story was promoted by a followup press release that highlights the use of Aesthera’s Isolaz technology.  In the past Aesthera’s combination of `pneumatic energy’ and broad band light has been used to treat the pustules and inflammation of acne.

Aesthera is now wanting to promote a `new tip’ on the Isolaz device which will allow it to target rosacea symptoms.

So the Isolaz treatment is IPL but with a suction head that reduces the pain usually associated with IPL treatments.

The Isolaz treatment hasn’t generated much discussion online. This is surprising considering such a high profile promotion on the ABC TV segment and that the treatment has been available since 2007. Dr. Day, a dermatologist from New York tells us that she herself has treated several hundred patients for acne and is now using the new treatment tip for rosacea.

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If you are treated for rosacea with the Isolaz please do let us know how you got on in the comments below. How was the level of pain ? Did you see improvements ?

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About the Author: David Pascoe started the Rosacea Support Group in October 1998. .

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