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Kleresca® Skin Treatments

Acne, Rosacea and Skin Rejuvenation with Dermatologist grade technology.

Previously only available at Dermatologists, Kleresca® creates fluorescent light energy to heal your skin at a cellular level[1]. This non-invasive, scientifically documented technology delivers long-lasting clinics results with little to no downtime[1].

Only at selected Laser Clinic Australia locations. Please contact your nearest clinic. 

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Kleresca® Acne Treatment

Kleresca® Acne Treatment differs from other acne options due to its unique multi-action mode. Not only does it kill bacteria responsible for acne, but it also reduces inflammation and promotes the build-up of collagen to target acne scarring. The treatment is scientifically tested with 9 out of 10 clients seeing improvements of at least 1IGA[1] or more.

We recommend an initial package of 12 treatments.

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Kleresca® Rosacea Treatment

Rosacea is a inflammatory skin disorder that is commonly mistaking as ‘redness’. Rosacea often increases in severity over time if left untreated and can include symptoms such as skin irritation, tingling or burning, persistent redness and swelling, and prominent vascular lines.

We recommend a course of 4-6 treatments.

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Kleresca® Rejuvenation Treatment

Kleresca® Rejuvenation Treatment is unique in that it is a non-invasive technology which naturally improves your complexion and skin texture, without causing trauma to the skin. Instead of targeting to surface layer of the skin, Kleresca® penetrates at a cellular level to induce collagen production by up to 400%[1], reduce pore size and fine lines and improving overall skin texture and glow. 

We recommend a course of 4, or more treatments.

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What to expect?

Each treatment session is approximately 9-15 minutes. Clients describe the treatment as pleasant and comfortable. They mention a warm and tingling sensation while they are under the lamp. 

Step 1: The skin is cleaned by a Laser Clinics Skin Therapist and the Kleresca®gel is applied.

Step 2: The gel is illuminated for 9 minutes using the multi-LED Kleresca® lamp, together creating fluorescent light energy that stimulates the skin.

Step 3: The gel is removed, and the skin is cleaned and moisturised

 

Pricing

 
 
Kleresca Pricing per treatment Packages
Skin Rejuvenation
$399 Buy 4 or more to receive 40% off
Rosacea $299 Buy 4 or more to receive 40% off
Acne $249 Buy 12 or more to receive 50% off
 

Before & After results achieved after a full course of recommended treatments. Individual
results may vary. Always consult your skin therapist for the appropriate treatment plan.

[1] Medical reference from Kleresca® Clinic Trials. Reference list:
1. Nielsen, Schoedt & Bak-Christensen. Clinical Evaluation – Kleresca® Biophotonic Treatments. 2017. Kleresca® Data on File
2. Jalili, A. 2018. Chromophore gel-assisted phototherapy. A novel and promising photobiomodulation therapy for facial inflammatory skin diseases and skin aging. J Ästhet Chir. 2018. Early online 20 February
3. Antoniou, C. et al. 2016. A multicenter, randomized, split-face clinical trial evaluating the efficacy and safety of chromophore gel-assisted blue light phototherapy for the treatment of acne. Int J Dermatol; 55: 1321 – 1328
4. Nikolis, A. et al. 2018. An extension of a multicentre, randomized, split-face clinical trial evaluating the efficacy and safety of chromophore gel-assisted blue light phototherapy for the treatment of acne. Int J Dermatol. 57(1):94-103
5. Nikolis, A. et al. 2016. A randomized, placebo-controlled, single-blinded, split-faced clinical trial evaluating the efficacy and safety of KLOX-001 gel formulation with KLOX light-emitting diode light on facial rejuvenation. Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol. 13;9:115-25
6. Braun, S.A.& Gerber, P. A photoconverter-gel assisted blue light therapy for the treatment of rosacea. Int. J Dermatol. 2017, 56, 1489-1490.
7. Sannino, M. et al. A novel platform for treating rosacea subtypes 1, 2 and 3 using fluorescent light. Int J Dermatol 2018.