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Kleresca Acne Treatment
For Moderate To Severe Acne & Cystic Acne

Photos Leo Pharma

Introducing a new acne treatment Kleresca, used to treat moderate to severe acne without medication. Acne is painful enough, so the treatment shouldn’t be. If you’re looking for a new treatment with high safety and efficacy, Kleresca might be just what you are looking for. In studies, the Kleresca Acne Treatment has demonstrated long-lasting efficacy with minimal safety concerns. To find out if it could be a relevant treatment for you, please consult the clinic.

What is Kleresca?

Kleresca® is a breakthrough BioPhotonic treatment that significantly and comfortably improves acne, with a demonstrated safety profile. It is offered exclusively in professional clinics.

Kleresca harnesses the power of BioPhotonics to safely treat your acne and stimulate the tissue’s own repair systems. The treatment uses a high-intensity in-clinic lamp together with a photoconverter gel to kill bacteria in the skin and initiates healing.

The treatment is administered twice a week for six weeks. A healthcare professional will apply a topical gel that is illuminated under a multi-wavelength LED light for nine minutes.

What is BioPhotonics?

BioPhotonics is a unique light conversion system that is designed to stimulate your skin’s own 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 own repair systems. This treats your acne and encourages the build-up of collagen, which may facilitate the repair of acne scarring.

Who is it for?

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

How is the Kleresca Treatment Performed?

A healthcare professional will cleanse your skin and apply the Kleresca gel to your face. The gel is then photo-activated using a multi-wavelength LED lamp.

You may feel a warm sensation on your skin, and most people find the treatment pleasant and comfortable. After nine minutes under the light, the gel is removed. Your complexion may experience redness after the treatment.

When can you expect to see results?

You should see noticeable improvements in your skin as the deeper layers respond and skin-repairing occurs during the six-week treatment course.

For at least six weeks after your treatment, you can expect to see additional improvements to your complexion. Results have been seen to have a long-lasting effect for at least six months.

Safety information

The Kleresca® treatment takes place on your skin and is not absorbed or metabolised, making it a well-tolerated treatment option for acne.

In clinical trials, Kleresca® showed high safety with no serious adverse events, and the treatment itself was considered to be a pleasant and comfortable experience. Side effects in those treated include redness and hyper-pigmentation (bronzing of an area of the skin) and slight discolouration of hair. All side effects were transient and did not require any intervention by the clinic.

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 clear or almost clear skin.

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.

Kleresca Cost

Kleresca is $200 per treatment.
Kleresca $1980 for a package of 12.

 

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

 

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Is Kleresca designed for all acne treatments?

Kleresca can be used for moderate to severe acne. Kleresca is useful whether you have papules, pustules (pimples) or cysts (nodules). It does not help with blackheads and whiteheads; you will need extractions or other treatments. Milder acne is effectively settled by other non-prescription treatments such as peels with LED lights.

It is important to look at all factors that can exacerbate your acne:, food, stress, use of makeup, hair products, sunscreen and sweating all aggravate your acne.

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

How does Kleresca Work?

The cream is applied to your skin and absorbed into the oil glands within 15 minutes. It is in the oil glands, where the bacteria known as P. acnes causes the infection. This infection underlies most breakouts including pustules, pimples (zits), cysts and nodules. Once the cream has penetrated into the oil gland, blue light is used to activate, causing an oxidation process which destroys the bacteria. 

The secondary mode of action is settling inflammation and normalising cellular activity. It is the process of settling inflammation that perhaps accounts for a rapid onset of action.

How Is Kleresca different from Omnilux and Other Light therapy?

Red light, infrared and blue light has been used for two decades to treat a variety of skin conditions. All are useful for the treatment of mild acne. However, the blue light does not penetrate deep enough to treat most breakouts from P. acnes. The gel is absorbed into the oil gland and then acts to magnify the effect of blue light. It provides a more natural without long-term side effects.
The biophotonic gel increases the effectiveness of acne treatments
The blue light used in Kleresca acne treatment is stronger than Omnilux.
It has been shown to increase collagen in the skin, so not only does it settle acne, but it also helps in preventing new acne scar formation and repair of existing.

Kleresca has been researched to show it is an effective, more natural acne treatment.
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ijd.13349/full

Natural 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. Only severe cystic nodular acne, not responding to other measures requires treatment with oral vitamin A. 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.

What Is Involved With Kleresca Acne Treatment?

Kleresca is a six-week program, twice per week with 12 treatments in total. It is the fastest method to explain moderate to severe acne.

Face and body ( back, shoulders, neck, chest etc) can be treated.

The gel is applied and time is given for the cream to be absorbed into the target area (the infected pimple pustule, cyst or nodule)

The Kleresca lamp is then shone onto the area for 9 minutes. The light activates the biophotonic elements of the gel, causing oxidation. This kills the bacteria in the zits or pimples. The treatment is warm (but not painful), expect the degree of burn from a mild sunburn.

This is repeated ideally twice per week over the six weeks.

How Long Before your Acne Improves

The improvement takes 12 weeks to see results. (although as early as eight weeks after start of treatment) and continues to improve after the Kleresca acne treatment program ends.

Active ingredients should be ceased.

Is everyone suitable for Kleresca?

Client selection is important, and assessment of our Doctors before treatment is prescribed. (though you can come in for a free initial consultation with our therapists.)

It is suitable for Fitzpatrick skin types 1-4 (not suitable for darker skin types)
Women who have melasma will experience an increase and not recommended.

 

Is Kleresca Safe?

Kleresca is considered safe. It does cause an increase in pigmentation, which can be noticed as a temporary freckling, a bronzing of the face. These are temporary and settle. It can worsen the appearance or cause melasma, so care is required in client selection.

What can be done with blackhead and whitehead acne?

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 periods up to six months. However 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; our aim is 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.