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Kleresca acne program

Kleresca acne program

Kleresca is a new, painless, effective acne treatment for moderate to severe acne. The process stimulates your skin to repair itself, in twice-weekly sessions that run for six weeks.

How does Kleresca work?

A topical gel is applied to your skin, then you sit under a multi-wavelength LED light for nine minutes. We like to call this process BioPhotonics, which means the use of light and the special photoconverter gel that achieve these remarkable results. The treatment is warm, and generally pleasant and comfortable, and you can resume normal activities immediately with no downtime required.

BioPhotonics converts light into skin-cell stimulation that penetrates the skin, killing bacteria and triggering the repair response that heals skin. This not only removes the acne-causing bacteria, but encourages collagen development and improvements in skin.

How soon can I see results?
Effective Acne Treatment

Noticeable improvements to the skin begin to appear across the six-week period, and continue to develop in the six or so weeks afterwards as the collagen is produced and the skin repairs. Results can last for at least six months.

Is Kleresca safe?

Yes. Kleresca is considered to be a very safe, non-invasive acne treatment which is an effective alternative for those who cannot use medications or who want a less extreme treatment for acne.

Some temporary side-effects may include redness, hyperpigmentation of some areas of the face, and slight hair discolouration.

Nine out of 10 people saw improvements in trials

In clinical trials, Kleresca showed high efficacy on people with moderate to severe acne. Nine out of 10 people saw improvements in their skin, with every third person achieved clear or almost clear skin.

In an extended trial, 92 per cent of those who saw an improvement went on to maintain this improvement. Nobody who was in the trial returned to their previous state of acne severity.

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2017-11-03T11:39:34+00:00