Obtain a clearer complexion with Ellipse intense pulsed light which is clinically proven safe and effective.
Acne occurs when sebum is unable to leave the skin because a hair follicle is blocked. This may result in growth of bacteria below the surface of the skin. Inflammation can occur, and rupture of an inflamed area can lead to scarring.
Ellipse treatment following use of prescription medication has been clinically proven to accelerate the healing process for acne clearance.
How acne develops
A normal hair and sebaceous gland can become partially blocked. Acnes bacteria live on the sebum and produce fatty acids.
The body responds by blocking the gland’s exit to the skin. Sometimes the mixture of hair protein, oil and fatty acids damages the walls of the follicle and causes inflammation.
How does it work?
The Ellipse treatment works by directing pulses of light into the epidermis. The light is absorbed by the haemoglobin in the blood vessels that feed the sebaceous glands.
Haemoglobin converts the light energy into heat, which damages the walls of the vessels supplying blood to the glands. This technique is called “Selective Photothermolysis”.
The visible light produced by the Ellipse system is carefully controlled to produce the correct pulse length and wavelengths to reduce the acne without damaging the surrounding tissue.
Ellipse acne clearance is a treatment solution for spots, and acne. Acne prone skin can be pitted, sensitive, large pores, and also suffer from redness and blemishes. Acne can affect men and women and be found on the face, neck, chest, nose, chin and the back.
It is common in teenagers and adults The Ellipse treatment offers a fast solution with no scarring, it is a non-surgical solution that delivers fast results without any skin discolouration or hyperpigmentation.
Ellipse procedure in combination with a prescription topical cream or gel has been clinically proven to accelerate the healing process for acne.
A course of 4 treatments are recommended.
1 every 2-3 weeks.