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    Hello there,

    New hear been searching for a while. Has anyone heard or used the Aerolase Lightpod Neo laser? I scheduled a consultation with a Dr. Goldberg in NJ next week and his site show the Excel V Beam and this Aerolase laser that I've never heard of. It appears to have little to no down time after. I've searched these forums but have not found any info. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cal8888 View Post
    Hello there,

    New hear been searching for a while. Has anyone heard or used the Aerolase Lightpod Neo laser? I scheduled a consultation with a Dr. Goldberg in NJ next week and his site show the Excel V Beam and this Aerolase laser that I've never heard of. It appears to have little to no down time after. I've searched these forums but have not found any info. Thanks!
    Haven't heard about this laser. Please post your results. Dr. Goldberg volunteers on the RRDi MAC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brady Barrows View Post
    Haven't heard about this laser. Please post your results. Dr. Goldberg volunteers on the RRDi MAC.
    Do you know anyone that has been treated by him? I coughed up $200 for the consultation, but it would go towards any treatment if I decided to move forward.
    He has a few Youtube videos using this laser, I was surprised I could not find more about it.
    Thanks.

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    I just had my 2nd aerolase treatment today. My first was almost 3 weeks ago. I was told you see good results after 2 treatments so I'll give it a day or 2 and see how it is and let you know! I have rosacea complicated by demodex which is (hopefully) under some control. I also have recently developed a hormone issue and terrible acne on jawline and cheek and am now taking aldactone to block testosterone. I'm hoping the aerolase will help with redness and scarring. As of now, my face is already less swollen than it was prior to the treatment so that's a good sign.

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