Blue light Therapy or Acne Laser

Proven, effective, gentle acne treatment

If you suffer from acne, you’ve probably tired of treatments that don’t deliver the promised results.

We’ve got good news for you. Blue light  acne treatment is the  technology that uses both  light energies to effectively and gently resolve active acne by treating it at its source. But you don’t have to take our word for it.

How does acne treatment with Blue light work?

Acne occurs when a sebaceous oil gland surrounding a hair follicle becomes clogged with oil and dead skin cells. Bacteria grow in this clogged environment and causes infection and acne blemishes.

Trios is armed with acne fighting skills that will help you face the world with confidence. Trios doesn’t just target the surface of stubborn scars. It works deep down under your skin to destroy acne-causing bacteria and slow the production of excess sebaceous oil, which means significantly fewer breakouts. The Trios treatment also encourage a healing process at the skin’s core to promote cell growth for a fresher, clearer complexion you can be proud of.

Is acne treatment with Blue light right for me?

Blue light treatment works for all skin types.

When can I expect to see results?

It depends on the severity of your acne. The more severe it is, the longer it may take for the difference to become noticeable. During your initial consultation, your medical practitioner will personalize your treatment schedule for maximum results.

Does it hurt?

No. Blue light acne treatment is very comfortable and requires no topical anesthetics or other skin preparations. For your added safety and peace of mind, Blue light technology features an advanced patient comfort system, which monitors your skin and keeps it at a soothing cool temperature during the procedure.

Treatment with Blue light is easy. There’s no surgery, no sedation, and no downtime. And most procedures take 30 minutes or less.
Price starts from 1,000-3,500 baht

* Please note that all prices are subject to change without prior notice.

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