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Learn how Kleresca® Skin Rejuvenation works, which areas can be treated, and how the treatment is performed
The treatment is based on the interaction between a specially designed photoconverter gel and the Kleresca® Light.
Chromophores in the gel convert the blue light from the lamp into fluorescent light energy (FLE) that penetrates the skin and stimulates its own rejuvenation process.
Noticeable improvements can be seen in the skin during the course of treatments – as well as long‑lasting improvements after the treatment has been completed.
Kleresca® Skin Rejuvenation is an all-season treatment that leaves the skin revitalised, firm, and glowing. Nothing added, just skin at its best.
Induces collagen production up to 400%
Slows down signs of ageing skin
Improves pore size, fine lines, and skin texture
Suitable all year round, including summer
1. The skin is cleaned and Kleresca® Skin Rejuvenation gel is applied.
2. The gel is illuminated for nine minutes under the Kleresca® Light, fluorescent light energy (FLE) is created stimulating the skin’s own repair mechanisms.
3. The gel is removed and the skin is cleaned and moisturised.
Discover the opinion of those treated with Kleresca® Skin Rejuvenation and their feeling after the treatment:
"I must say that I’m really very happy with the results. My skin is more radiant and I no longer have enlarged pores."Maria,55
Kleresca® Skin Rejuvenation has a high safety profile.
Side effects – seen in some cases – are all non-permanent and may include:
redness, swelling and hyperpigmentation (bronzing of an area of the skin). Side effects differ as it depends on your skin type. We always recommend speaking with your clinician before beginning treatment. Kleresca® Skin Rejuvenation is not recommended in the following situations:
1. Patients taking drugs or products (e.g. retinoids) or with conditions (e.g. porphyria) known to induce photosensitive reaction.
2. Patients with known skin hypersensitivity.
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