About the Study
While nearly every teenager struggles with acne at some point, it’s not uncommon to fight acne outbreaks well into our 20’s and 30’s. While daily acne creams and pills are common, they do not work for everyone, and can sometimes cause uncomfortable skin conditions and other side effects.
Right now, dermatologists at select U.S. centers are conducting a new research study for facial acne. The study is for a new, FDA-cleared acne treatment called Sebacia Microparticles - which are used in conjunction with a laser to help reduce facial acne.
Sebacia Microparticles are tiny gold particles in a solution that are massaged into the skin just before the laser is applied. These gold particles absorb the laser light and heat up the skin pores, which helps reduce excess oil that causes pimples. So, instead of just treating existing pimples, all of the pores are treated which may help prevent new pimples.
Participants in the study will receive the Sebacia Microparticles and laser treatment sessions at no cost.
If you or your child are 12 - 45 years old and struggle with facial acne, you may qualify for a new clinical research study. The study is for a new, FDA-cleared acne treatment called Sebacia Microparticles - which are used in conjunction with a laser to help reduce facial acne. By joining the study, you or your child will receive:
See If You Qualify
To see if you or your child might qualify, and to get connected with your local study center to learn more, please take the pre-screening questionnaire below.