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AviClear Acne Treatment- the future of clear skin before and after photos
AviClear acne treatment laser

Introducing AviClear® Acne Treatment  to Tasmania

Acne is a common skin condition that occurs when hair follicles become clogged with oil, dead skin cells, and bacteria. It usually appears as pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, or cysts on the face, chest, back, or other areas of the body. 


AviClear®  is the first and original FDA-cleared energy device for the treatment of mild, moderate and severe acne. In just three, 30-minute laser treatments, you can experience lasting clearance without significant side effects. It’s a no-prescription solution for the treatment of acne.

AviClear®  uses the power of laser light to selectively target and suppress sebaceous glands, eliminating acne at the source. Sharkra Medi Spa is ready to support you with acne treatment across Tasmania.

Acne can affect people of all ages, but it is most prevalent during adolescence due to hormonal changes. While it is not a serious medical condition, acne can be distressing and have a significant impact on a person’s self-esteem.

There are several different types of acne, each characterized by its specific symptoms and appearance. The most common type is called acne vulgaris, which includes the formation of whiteheads and blackheads. Whiteheads occur when hair follicles become clogged with oil and dead skin cells, leading to small, flesh-colored bumps on the skin. Blackheads, on the other hand, are similar to whiteheads but have a dark appearance due to the oxidation of the clogged material.

Another type of acne is papules, which are small, red bumps that are tender to the touch. These bumps occur when the walls of the hair follicles break, causing inflammation and irritation. Papules can be seen in clusters or as isolated lesions on the skin. If papules become infected with bacteria, they can develop into pustules. Pustules are characterized by the presence of pus-filled, red bumps that are often painful and can leave scars if not treated properly.

In more severe cases, acne can manifest as nodules or cysts. Nodular acne appears as large, painful bumps under the skin. These deep, solid lesions are usually firm to the touch and can persist for weeks or months. Cystic acne, on the other hand, is similar to nodular acne but with the addition of fluid-filled sacs called cysts. Cystic acne is the most severe form of acne and can result in significant scarring if not treated promptly and effectively.

It is important to note that acne is a complex condition with various contributing factors, including hormonal imbalances, excessive oil production, bacterial overgrowth, and inflammation.

Treatment options for the treatment of acne include

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