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ClearLight vs. Smoothbeam

If anyone here has tried any of the two I would like to know the results you got from them wink.gif. I believe that this is an important survey to some of us who wants to try a different approach in combating acne.

Ok, here's a little info about both of them

ClearLight: powered by light-based Acne PhotoClearing (APCâ„¢) technology, which penetrates the skin and destroys surface and ductal p. acnes bacteria quickly and easily. Its destruction rate surpasses the normal proliferation rate, assuring a rapid decrease in p. acnes that is unmatched by other treatments. There is no irritation, side effects or photosensitivity. ( from http://www.aesthetic.lumenis.com )

Smoothbeam: Smoothbeam creates a mild thermal injury just below the skin's surface, which alters the structure of the sebaceous glands, the root cause of acne. This allows for effective, long-lasting acne clearance. Smoothbeam emits a wavelength of light that is strongly absorbed by water in the skin. As the laser penetrates into the skin, heat is generated in and around the sebaceous glands in the upper layers of the skin. The integrated dynamic cooling device (DCD) also emits a cooling spray, which allows preservation of the skin, thus minimizing treatment side effects.

(from http://www.cosmeticsurgery-news.com/article2040.html )

All replys appreciated negative or positive! O:)

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