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What is Skin Rejuvenation?

Rejuvenation comes in many forms. You can rejuvenate your mind, your body, and your skin. But, what does it actually mean to rejuvenate something? Discover the benefits behind a skin rejuvenation treatment and how it can leave you with a glowing complexion and radiant expression.
"Restoration of youthful vigor" is how Webster’s Dictionary defines rejuvenation. And that’s one of the aims for our skin rejuvenation treatment. We know, you’ve probably heard a million empty promises about skin treatments "instantly making you look younger!". But we promise that our treatment is different. 

 "Kleresca® Skin Rejuvenation stimulates your skin’s own repair mechanisms" 

Our treatment is unique. No, we don’t think that because we created it, but because it stimulates your skin’s own repair mechanisms, essentially helping restore that youthful vigor Webster’s is talking about. What sets us apart is the fact that we use a multi-LED lamp and special chromophore gel, to create fluorescent light energy. This enables our treatment to penetrate deep into your skin without destroying cells, meaning it should be a comfortable experience for you, with little to no downtime.  

Our Skin Rejuvenation Treatment is clinically proven to reduce pore size, eliminate fine lines, increase collagen production and leave you looking your best at any age. Did we mention that it also enhances your natural glow? Because it does that, too. 

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Sources

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/rejuvenation#synonyms 
Nikolis, A., et al . 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. Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology, 2016; 9, 115–25.  
Nielsen, M.E., et al (2017). Introducing: photobiomodulation by low energy chromophore-induced fluorescent light. Mechanisms of Photobiomodulation Therapy IV, SPIE Photonics West BIOS, San Francisco, 2017;  28 January – 2 February

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