ACNE Scar Treatment OKC

Tired of dealing with acne breakouts? Our team at Renew Wellness and Aesthetics is proud to use Viora’s V-IPL acne scar treatment. Safe and comfortable, Viora’s proven clinical results leave patients feeling both beautiful and confident. Viora’s V-IPL dramatically reduces Propionibacterium acnes (P. Acne) bacteria and decreases inflammation. Viora is a phenomenal laser treatment for acne scars.

The light absorption from Viora’s V-IPL treatment (PCR™ Technology ) produces reactive oxygen that destroys P. Acne in the most effective and safe way. Beauty is revealed by Viora’s safe and comfortable treatment of acne! Book a free consultation at Renew to learn more about acne scar treatment OKC options and whether Viora laser treatment is right for you. Acne problems can also be treated at Renew with with skin rejuvenation microneedling OKC

Acne Clearance

Fractional Treatments to Make You Complete!


Uncomfortable because of acne scars, rough or dull, aged skin? Viora’s innovative, revolutionary SVC™ technology can change that feeling, and make you feel whole again! Our minimally-invasive fractional RF solution for skin resurfacing, skin rejuvenation and acne scar clearance helps put the past behind you, by taking years off your appearance. Our fractional treatments are effective, safe, and risk-free, with little pain or discomfort. Now you can revitalize your skin, enhance your looks and feel completely comfortable showing your face to the world. Whether the cause of your skin condition is due to time, genetics, gravity or acne damage, Viora’s fractional treatments can make a difference. Our SVC™ technology can change the way you look and feel about yourself, easily, without any of the risks of surgery. Viora’s fractional RF treatments are effective, safe, and fast, with minimal downtime!

Skin rejuvenation

Brighten and renew dull, aging skin

Skin resurfacing

Improve rough skin texture

Minimize existing acne scars

Acne scar clearance

Flawless, healthy and acne-free skin is just a few Viora Acne Clearance treatments away! Call to book a consultation and find your acne treatment solution.

Most Frequent Questions and Answers

laser skin resurfacing OKC - FAQ 

Thanks to Viora’s Proprietary PCR™ Technology and advanced contact cooling, the treatment is well tolerated, and no topical anesthesia is required.

With Viora’s contact cooling system, that provides cooling before, during and after each pulse, out light technology treatments provide the most comfortable experiences possible. Some patients might feel a slight stinging or heat sensation, depending on the treatment performed.

All body areas and face can be treated with V-IPL handpiece.

The PCR™ Technology has wide range of settings including pulse Configurations, which allows the practitioner to adjust treatment parameters, cut-off filter and energy fluence according to each skin type (including Fitzpatrick skin type VI).

Viora’s PCR™ technology includes variable pulse structures, enabling rapid treatments, among the fastest in the industry. Exact treatment time depends upon the specific application, each individual patient’s condition, and the specific area that is being targeted. In average the treatment session may last between 5 to 40 minutes.

Each V-IPL indication requires different average treatment course, which may range between single session to 10 sessions, depending upon the actual application needed, and each patient.

Results can be seen and felt after the very first treatment with a gradual improvement as treatment course progresses.

Since the treatment is totally non-invasive, any make-up can be applied immediately post treatment.

Since V-IPL treatment is totally non-invasive, you may return to your daily activities immediately post treatment.

Although the wavelength is exactly the same, there is difference in the light-tissue interaction between the 755 nm of IPL and laser. The difference on how or skin “receives” these two technologies lines on the main differences between IPL and laser technologies in general. First of all, the main difference is that IPL has a spectrum of light, from 755 nm up to upper limit of 1200 nm, while laser is monochromic, meaning single wavelength of 755 nm. Since the laser beam is monochromatic, coherent and collimated, the light has much lower reflection and scattering, making the laser technology more aggressive then IPL.