Kleresca’s innovative biophotonic treatment is significantly different to alternate methods of acne treatments. It uses multi-LED light combined with a photo converter gel.
The gel allows the spectrum of wavelengths to penetrate into the dermis of the skin to kill bacteria and stimulate your skin’s own repair systems.
During the treatment, you may feel a warming sensation on your skin, however, most people do not find any discomfort during the treatment.
After nine minutes under the light, the gel is removed. Your complexion may experience redness after the treatment but this will subside shortly.
Not all patients are suitable for this treatment because other factors can play an important role in your condition. Hormones, genetics, and other factors, such as food and stress, may be causing your condition, and treatment can not always work effectively.
The best way to find out if you are a candidate for Kleresca treatment is to book a consultation at Victoria’s where we will assess your skin condition and suitability.
Antibiotics prescribed by doctors and Roaccutane prescribed by specialists can treat acne effectively, but Kleresca is another suitable option.
Kleresca Acne Treatment is an option for patients who would like to pursue a more natural, non-antibiotic method of acne treatment without any long-term side effects.
While Kleresca Acne Treatment can effectively treat acne, it does not guarantee that it will never come back. Keeping a healthy diet and active lifestyle will help to keep your skin healthy and will assist in the Kleresca treatment process.
Kleresca is administered twice a week for six weeks. The treatment offers you a comfortable experience. Your nurse at Victoria’s will apply a photo converter gel that is illuminated under a multi-wavelength LED light for nine minutes.
Kleresca Acne Treatment is inspired by photosynthesis. Chromophores in the gel convert the light waves produced by the lamp into a fluorescent light energy that stimulated the skin to repair and regenerate.
The lamp can be set at different wavelengths and have the ability to penetrate various depths of the skin and to stimulate the skin cells.
No, the treatment uses a multi-LED lamp as its energy source. This emits a light described to be in the “blue light” area and is therefore in the visible light spectrum. Eye protection is worn during treatment. No harmful UV light is emitted and clinical tests have shown that the treatment is well tolerated and that there are no serious side effects.
No! Even if it is the middle of summer, you will still be able to expose your skin to sunlight after your treatment. However, it is recommended that you wear sunscreen to protect yourself from the harmful UV light of the sun.
The cost of a single Kleresca Acne treatment is $200.
Please refer to our facials price list for more details on the pricing of Kleresca facials.