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Kleresca® Acne Treatment

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Treat both active acne and acne scarring with Fluorescent Light Energy

How the treatment works

Kleresca® Acne Treatment uses fluorescent light energy (FLE) to stimulate the skin’s own repair mechanisms. The treatment is based on the interaction between a specially designed 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 activates its healing responses.

An effective, gentle alternative

Kleresca® Acne Treatment offers an effective alternative to patients suffering from acne, even moderate to severe cases. The treatment is designed with the needs of the acne patient in mind and can be applied to different areas.
To start the treatment, you should schedule a consultation at a Kleresca® clinic. The clinician will determine whether treatment with Kleresca® Acne Treatment is the right choice for you.




How the treatment is performed

The three-step treatment is described as a pleasant experience. It only takes 9 minutes under the Kleresca® Light. With little to no downtime, make-up can be applied immediately after each session.


The skin is cleaned and Kleresca® Acne Treatment gel is applied.


The gel is illuminated for nine minutes under the Kleresca® Light, fluorescent light energy is created stimulating the skin’s own repair mechanisms


The gel is removed and the skin is cleansed and moisturised.

Safety Information

Kleresca® Acne Treatment is a non-destructive, non-systemic, and painless alternative to drugs and invasive procedures. Suitable all year-round, including summer, the treatment stimulates your skin to repair itself. Side effects seen in those treated include, redness, hyperpigmentation (bronzing of an area of the skin), and slight discoloration of hair in some cases where the gel was applied covering facial hair. All side effects were transient and did not require any intervention by the clinic. Side effects impact patients differently depending on skin type, so we always recommend talking to your clinician before beginning the treatment.

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