Highlite Medical Aesthetics

Dual Light Acne Treatment

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How Dual Light Acne Treatment Works

Over 80% of the adolescent population and over 50% of the adult population suffer from acne and oily skin. Acne develops when an over production of sebum and dead skin cells collect in your pores creating an inflammatory reaction. To treat this condition, we must target both the inflammation and bacteria build up at the same time. We do this by using dual light-based technology. The dual-light is separated into blue light, which kills the bacteria that causes acne breakouts, and red light, which reduces acne-related inflammation. We pair this treatment with our clarifying human growth factor serums to deliver the coding for healthier skin and produce optimal results.

What To Expect


Ranges from 45 mins to 1 hour and 15 mins

Recommended Sessions

Most patients receive a total of 6-10 treatments

Before Care

  • Make sure your skin is clean
  • Do not apply any lotions, creams or makeup before your session 
  • Avoid any tanning, including with self-tanners. 

After Care

  • Avoid tanning for at least 2 weeks after your treatment, and wear sunscreen
  • Avoid hot baths, massages, or any treatment that requires direct contact with the skin for the first 2 days after your treatment.



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Frequently Asked Questions

The best candidate is someone who has an uneven complexion with signs of discoloration or visible veins on their skin. Photorejuvenation
treatments may also work to improve the look of fine lines.
For safety reasons, you may not be able to get this treatment if you have/are:
• Metal or other implants in the treatment area
• Current or history of cancer
• Pregnant or nursing
• Any diseases that can be stimulated by light (e.g. epilepsy)
• History of disease that can be stimulated by heat (e.g. herpes)
• Poorly controlled endocrine disorders (e.g. diabetes or polycystic ovary syndrome)
• Any active condition in the treatment area (e.g. eczema, psoriasis, rash)
• History of skin disorders, keloids, unusual wound healing, or excessively dry and/or sensitive skin
• Any surgical procedures within the past 3 months
• A tattoo or permanent makeup in the treatment area
• Excessively tanned skin

Treatments are usually done twice a week for a month. Treatments should be scheduled 3-4 days apart.

Make sure your skin is clean. Do not apply any lotions, creams or makeup before your session, and stop using any products that might irritate your skin 2-3 days before. You must also avoid any tanning, including with self-tanners. You may be advised to shave the area before your treatment. Remove all jewelry around the area being treated.

It feels like a really light snap with an elastic band against your skin, or like if someone lightly flicked you, as the applicator moves around
the treatment area.

The applicator has a cooling feature built into it to make the treatment as comfortable as possible, but you might feel a bit of discomfort if
you’re treating a more sensitive area, like the upper lip. If you find it too uncomfortable, let the operator know and they can adjust the
treatment accordingly.

Your skin may feel warm, like a sunburn, and can remain red for anywhere from a few hours to a day. Be sure to follow instructions for
before and after your treatment.

Avoid tanning for at least 2 weeks before and 2 weeks after your treatment, and wear sunscreen. You should also avoid hot baths,
massages, or any treatment that requires direct contact with the skin for the first 2 days after your treatment.