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Kleresca® Skin Rejuvenation stimulates the skin’s own rejuvenation process in a gentle, non-destructive way, using fluorescent light energy (FLE)1-11. The technology effectively destresses, revitalises, and restores skin health, and slows down the signs of ageing in the process1,2,6,7. Nothing added, just skin at its best, balanced and glowing1,2,6,7.
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 that penetrates the skin and stimulates its own rejuvenation process1,2,11,12.
The chromophores in the gel convert the blue light from the lamp into fluorescent light energy that covers the spectra from green over yellow and orange to red at once1,2,11.
The fluorescence generated (dynamic, ultrafast pulsing light) penetrates the different layers of the skin triggering documented healing responses and activating its healing mechanisms1,2,11.
Kleresca® Skin Rejuvenation improves overall skin texture without causing any trauma1-11
Kleresca® Skin Rejuvenation has shown effect as a facial treatment and is also being used on the neck, décolletage and hands12.
The recommended protocol for Kleresca® Skin Rejuvenation will depend on the initial skin condition. The number of sessions can vary depending on the type of skin and its current damage. We recommend that you ask your clinician to evaluate the condition of your skin and propose the most suitable protocol for you. The most common protocol is 4 sessions, once per week, for four weeks6.
Since Kleresca® Skin Rejuvenation is non-destructive and does not harm the skin, the treatment can be repeated as many times as desired.
Due to the high safety profile of the treatment, many candidates may benefit from the treatment1-11. Kleresca® Skin Rejuvenation may also be combined with other techniques where the goal is to improve the overall quality of the skin and skin complexity11.
Kleresca® Skin Rejuvenation’s safety profile means it can be used in combination with other rejuvenation treatments where the goal is to improve the overall quality of the skin, subject to the judgement of the treating clinician or practitioner11.
Currently, four products are available on the Kleresca® Technology platform: Kleresca® Acne Treatment, Kleresca® Rosacea Treatment, Kleresca® Skin Rejuvenation and Kleresca® Pre-Post Treatment. Each indication features a specifically formulated gel. This is then utilised with specific pre-programmed settings in the Kleresca® Light.
The fluorescent light technology (FLE) has also been effectively used in the treatment of wound healing, proving its benefits in skin repair.
The patented Kleresca® Light, with pre-programmed wavelength settings specific to each indication, has been developed and tested to efficiently cause the chromophores to photoconvert blue light, thereby creating fluorescent light energy (FLE)1,2,11.
The gel stays on the surface of the skin to convert the light emitted by the lamp into fluorescent light energy (FLE). FLE then triggers beneficial effects by way of stimulating the healing mechanisms in the multiple layers of the skin1-11.
Yes. Kleresca® Skin Rejuvenation can be used during summer. The treatment does not create photosensitivity by itself, and therefore it should be safe for most patients to have immediate pre- and post- treatment exposure to light and sunshine. However, as the skin is going into a healing state, which may cause it to be a bit more sensitive we recommend the use of moisturisers post treatment, preferably with a Sun Protection Factor (SPF) included1-11.
The system is easy to use and complementary training is also offered as part of a certification program for clinic staff.
Kleresca® Skin Rejuvenation is described as a pleasant and comfortable experience with a high degree of safety and efficacy. The technology has been on the market since 2014 with no serious adverse events reported1. Side effects – seen in some patients – are all non-permanent and may include redness and hyperpigmentation (bronzing of an area of the skin). Side effects impact patients differently depending on their skin type. These possible side effects should be discussed with your patient before starting the treatment in order to manage expectations.