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Kleresca Acne Treatment Brisbane
For Moderate, Severe & Cystic Acne

Kleresca Light Therapy

Acne is painful enough, so the treatment shouldn’t be. Kleresca works by boosting your natural healing mechanisms through fluorescent light therapy. It is a unique acne treatment that helps settle inflammation, normalises you cellular activity and increases collagen repair. 

Kleresca is a gel activated light. The scientific term for this is photobiomodulation or the process of changing the way your cells function through light therapy. This exciting new treatment is available at SkinRevision.

 

 

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Natural Acne Treatment

At SkinRevision we provide you with all the tools you need to address acne using more natural methods. No referral is necessary, in fact, you can come in for a free consultation with our therapists at the outset.

Call Us on 3350 5447 to book a FREE consultation or email with any questions. 

Kleresca acne treatment settles moderate, severe and cystic acne without antibiotics or oral retinoids.   It provides a more natural approach to treat inflammatory acne.  Kleresca is useful whether you have pimples, cysts or nodules.

It is a new treatment approach available only through professional cosmetic medicine or dermatology clinics. To find out if Kleresca could be an appropriate treatment for you call on 3350 5447 to book a free assessment with our therapists.

What is Kleresca Acne Treatment?

Kleresca acne treatment uses the combination of a gel applied to your skin and LED light,  to settle your acne. The gel is called a light converter.  The interaction of the LED light with the gel transforms it into a pulsing fluorescent light.

And this is when it gets cool:

  • The pulsing fluorescent light penetrates deeply into your skin.
  • The blue light component destroys the acne-causing bacteria.
  • The red light component settles the inflammation underlying the acne.
  • The red light also stimulates collagen production in your skin by 400%, so helping prevent acne scarring.

In short, Kleresca harnesses the power of light to safely treat your acne and stimulate the tissue’s repair systems in a series of treatments.

How Many Kleresca Acne Treatments Do You Need?

The typical treatment course consists of twelve,  administered twice weekly for six weeks. You need to come in two days each week for approximately 1/2 hour. Eg. Tuesday and Saturday each week for six weeks.

We are open until 7 pm on Thursday and  5.30 other weekdays and are open on Saturdays, to allow for after school or work hours to get your twice weekly treatment. The total Kleresca acne treatment takes 20 minutes in all.

 

Is Kleresca designed for all acne treatments?

Kleresca can be used to settle most forms of acne quickly. The initial scientific studies where performed on moderate to severe acne. But any inflammatory acne will respond to Kleresca. It is essential to look at all factors that can exacerbate your acne, food, stress, use of makeup, hair products, sunscreen to assist in rapid settling.

It does not help with blackheads, and whiteheads and you will need extractions facial or deep cleansing peels to clear non-inflammatory acne spots. Other non-prescription treatments such as peels with LED lights are useful for mild acne.

At SkinRevision we provide information on all the measures you can take to not only reduce your zits but also steps to reduce their return.

How does Kleresca Work?

The Kleresca gel works by penetrating into the oil glands, where the bacteria known as P. acnes causes the infection. This infection underlies all breakouts including pustules, pimples (zits), cysts and nodules. Once the cream has penetrated into the oil gland, blue light is used to activate the gel, causing an oxidation process which destroys the bacteria.

The primary mode of action though is the activated light settles inflammation and normalises cellular activity. It is the process of resolving inflammation that perhaps accounts for a rapid onset of action. Inflammation is now understood to be a central mechanism in acne.

How Is Kleresca different from Omnilux and Other Light therapy?

Red, infrared and blue light from LED’s has been used for over two decades to treat a variety of skin conditions.  These are useful for the treatment of mild acne. However, LED light therapy alone cannot penetrate adequately to address most breakouts from P. acnes and more severe acne.

The Kleresca system converts plain LED light (such as from Omnilux or Healite)  into a pulsing fluorescent light. And it is the pulsing fluorescent light that can penetrate lower into the dermis and accentuate the calming, healing and collagen stimulating effects of plain LED light. Effectively making the light stronger than LED light on its own.

What are the steps for Kleresca Therapy?

  1. Your skin is cleansed.
  2. Two components of the gel are mixed to form the active gel.
  3. The gel is applied to the areas affected by acne  15 minutes for absorption into the target area (the infected pimple pustule, cyst or nodule).
  4. The gel is absorbed into the oil gland
  5. LED light with blue and red components are shone onto the gel for 9 minutes. The gel then acts to magnify the effect of blue light.
  6.  The treatment is warm (but not painful), expect the degree the feeling of a mild sunburn on your skin.
  7. The gel converts the light into pulsing fluorescent light.
  8. The fluorescent light settles skin inflammation, normalises oil gland activity and destroys bacteria.

Kleresca has been researched to show it is a valid, more natural acne treatment.

A More Natural Approach To Acne Treatment

There is rising concern among parents and clients about the use of antibiotics and oral retinoids.Antibiotics not only disturb natural gut bacteria, but use in acne leads to antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

At SkinRevision we provide you with all the tools you need to address acne using more natural methods. No referral is necessary, in fact, you can come in for a free consultation with our therapists at the outset.

Kleresca Acne Treatment Keypoints

  • A six-week program,  twice per week with 12 treatments in total.
  • The fastest method to settle moderately to severe acne.
  • Suitable for face and body ( back, shoulders, neck, chest etc.).

 

How Long Before Your  Acne Improves?

The improvement takes 12 weeks to see results. (although as early as eight weeks after your treatment starts some people notice settling) and continues to improve after the Kleresca acne treatment program ends.

Active ingredients such as topical retinoids, benzoyl peroxide and topical antibiotic solutions should be ceased.

Is everyone suitable for Kleresca Acne Treatment?

Before treatment is prescribed, you must be assessed by our Doctors. (though you can come in for a free initial consultation with our therapists).  Correct client selection is essential.

  • It is suitable for Fitzpatrick skin types 1-4 (not ideal for darker skin types)
  • Women who have melasma will experience a darkening, so the presence of melasma is a contraindication to treatment.

Is Kleresca Acne Treatment Safe?

Kleresca is considered safe.  However, there are possible changes in skin pigmentation during the treatment.

  • People  notice as  temporary freckling which settles quickly after the treatment
  • Some people notice a bronzing of the face, which is once again temporary and settles.
  • It can cause the appearance of melasma, in which case the treatment must be stopped and lightening cream used to help this settle.

How long does the Kleresca treatment last?

More than one cycle of treatment is sometimes required. However many acne patients can be placed into remission with Kleresca. Studies have proven period of six to 12 months. Even with oral vitamin A, there is on 60-70% cure rate, so considering the safety profile, the speed at which it works, it is front and centre as an option.

Your skin is in good hands at SkinRevision; we aim to provide non-medical treatment alternatives for acne with physical therapies, diet and advice to treat not only acne but prevent acne scarring.

Kleresca Acne Treatment Brisbane

What is BioPhotonics?

BioPhotonics is a unique light conversion system that is designed to stimulate your skin’s repair at the cellular level. Kleresca® is an innovative BioPhotonic treatment which utilises a multi-wavelength LED light combined with a photoconverter gel.

The gel allows the spectrum of wavelengths to penetrate into the skin to kill bacteria and stimulate your skin’s repair systems.  The altered light therapy treats your acne and encourages the build-up of collagen, which may facilitate the repair of acne scarring.

Do You Want To Treat Acne?

Kleresca acne treatment is an effective treatment for all kinds of acne vulgaris, even severe cases. To start the procedure, you should schedule a consultation. Our Doctors will determine whether treatment with Kleresca is right for you.

What Is The Science Behind Kleresca?

In clinical trials, Kleresca showed high efficacy for people with moderate to severe acne. Nine out of 10 people saw an improvement in their skin*, whereas every third person achieved substantial settling of acne.

In an extended clinical trial, 92% of the people who had previously achieved an improvement of two grades or more on the Investigators’ Global Assessment (IGA) scale for acne severity went on to maintain this improvement. None of the people treated returned to their original acne severity. Improvements were maintained for at least six months.

You do not need a referral to see us, in fact, you can book a free initial consultation with our therapists to find out your options before you even pay a cent.

Call us on 3350 5447 to book a free consultation or email any queries.

Your skin is in good hands at SkinRevision; we aim to provide non-medical treatment alternatives for acne with physical therapies, diet and advice to treat not only acne but prevent acne scarring.

Call on 3350 5447 to Book a FREE Assessment  
* DISCLAIMER: Results may vary from person to person.