Acne affects up to 50 million Americans annually, making it the most common skin condition in the United States1. Unfortunately, acne breakouts can occur at any stage of life—clinical studies have shown that 40-55% of adults aged 20 to 40 are diagnosed with low-grade acne and oily skin2. Aside from the physical effects of acne, the condition can also have an impact on emotional and psychological well-being, making the search for effective acne remedies that much more essential.
With the right acne remedies, you can effectively help to turn your patients' lives around. While traditional treatments focus on either the cause or the visible symptoms of the skin condition, Venus Concept has developed a solution that targets both, resulting in greater clinical outcomes and higher patient satisfaction.
The most versatile multi-applicator platform with three different, highly effective technologies in one workstation to address all of today's most challenging aesthetic concerns. The AC Dual applicator uses IPL to simultaneously address both the cause and visible symptoms of acne*.
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*Venus Versa™ is cleared by the FDA as a multi-application device intended to be used in aesthetic and cosmetic procedures. The SR515 and SR580 applicators are cleared by the FDA for the treatment of benign pigmented epidermal and cutaneous lesions and treatment of benign cutaneous vascular lesions. The HR650/HR650XL and HR690/HR690XL applicators are cleared by the FDA for the removal of unwanted hair and to effect stable long-term or permanent hair reduction for Fitzpatrick skin types I-IV. The AC Dual applicator is cleared by the FDA for the treatment of acne vulgaris. The DiamondPolar™ and OctiPolar™ applicators on the Venus Versa™ system are cleared by the FDA for non-invasive treatment of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and rhytides on females with Fitzpatrick skin types I-IV. The NanoFractional RF™ (Viva) applicator is cleared by the FDA for dermatological procedures requiring ablation and resurfacing of the skin.
1. Skin conditions by the numbers. (0AD). Retrieved from https://www.aad.org/media/stats/conditions/skin-conditions-by-the-numbers
2. Why is Adult Acne on the Rise? (0AD). Retrieved from https://www.dermalinstitute.com/article/15/