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South Coast MedSpa: Changing Lives with State-of-the-Art Laser Acne Scar Removal One Treatment at a Time

August 17, 2011

South Coast MedSpa has adopted the most advanced laser technology available for laser acne scar removal and resurfacing procedures. Using this state-of-the-art technology, South Coast MedSpa is changing thousands of lives, including actor Justin Orozco, one treatment at a time.

Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) August 16, 2011

South Coast MedSpa (SCMS) understands that having a face free of acne scars may not only enhance attractiveness, but more importantly, it will increase one’s positive self-esteem. Individuals suffering from acne facial scars must deal with these unsightly marks in the mirror every day, encounter embarrassing stares from people and may even be held back in their professional careers. With significant advances in laser technology, it is now possible for people to erase those unsightly scars to live a more confident life.

Science has developed the CO2 fractional laser, which is now the most advanced laser technology and is approved by the FDA to treat any skin type. This laser emits high pulses of hot energy light into the dermis to safely peel off the top layer of skin and stimulate collagen growth. As a patient’s skin heals, new healthy skin takes its place.

South Coast MedSpa has adopted the Total Fx CO2 fractional laser system, which includes both Deep Fx and Active Fx. Deep Fx is used to target damaged tissue deep within the skin, while Active Fx is used on the remaining damaged tissue. Together, this system of lasers has been proven to be the most effective method for treating acne scars and resurfacing the skin to be smooth and blemish-free. While the Total FX CO2 fractional laser technology is better suited for lighter skin patients, those with darker skin can benefit most from profractional laser resurfacing.

On average, patients using this laser technology have only required 2 to 3 treatments, each lasting only 45 to 60 minutes in length, to remove even the deepest acne scars. Laser acne scar removal procedures and resurfacing have also shown to improve overall skin tone, texture and elasticity.

CO2 fractional laser technology has made a difference in thousands of people’s lives including a talented and budding actor Justin Orozco. “I suffered through acne, I had no confidence “¦ I shied away from auditions, friends, [and] opportunities. I knew as soon as I stepped foot in [South Coast MedSpa], my life was about to change for the better,” said Justin. “My skin keeps getting better and smoother. It’s amazing.”

Justin Orozco had been disappointed by countless laser treatment centers in the past claiming to have state-of-the-art laser technology. South Coast MedSpa’s laser acne scar removal and resurfacing treatments using CO2 fractional and profractional lasers was able to help Justin.

About South Coast MedSpa

South Coast MedSpa is Southern California’s leading laser acne scar removal, skin resurfacing and laser hair removal center serving Orange County, Los Angeles and San Diego. SCMS has completed over 60,000 laser treatments using the world’s most advanced lasers and master level practitioners. Patients fly into South Coast MedSpa’s Newport Beach office from all over the globe because SCMS is recognized as a global leader in laser acne scar removal for all skin types and experts at treating the Asian skin type. Dozens of videos, testimonials, and before and after pictures by real SCMS patients are available on the SCMS website.

To schedule an appointment or request free information, please visit http://www.southcoastmedspa.com or call at (877) 650-SCMS (7267) for laser acne scar removal in Orange County, Los Angeles or San Diego.

Contact:

South Coast MedSpa

2901 W. Coast Highway

Suite 150

Newport Beach, CA 92663

Ph: +1 (877) 650-7267

South Coast MedSpa

11645 Wilshire Blvd

Suite 1120

Los Angeles, CA

Ph: +1 (877) 650-7267

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