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Frequently Asked Questions

Get more information about Kleresca® Pre-Post Treatment 

How is Kleresca® Pre-Post Treatment different from other available light treatments?

The Kleresca® technology offers non-destructive, non-systemic, and painless treatments that use fluorescent light (FLE) energy 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. 

What are the benefits of Kleresca® Pre-Post Treatment?

Kleresca® Pre-Post Treatment is used in combination with skin procedures like peels and lasers. Through fluorescent light energy (FLE), the treatment activates the skin cells in a non-destructive, yet effective manner.

  • Prepares and repairs the skin from within
  • Activates skin cells prior to other skin procedures
  • Reduces inflammation, redness, and healing time
  • Suitable all year-round, including summer

What is the recommended protocol?

The recommended protocol depends the type of the invasive treatment used and the healing time that the skin might need, but generally, a total of 4 – 5 sessions is recommended. 
The treating clinician will recommend which Kleresca® Pre-Post Treatment protocol is best when combined with another procedure. 

Is Kleresca® Pre-Post Treatment safe?

The technology has been on the market since 2014. 
Side effects – seen in some patients – are all non-permanent and may include redness, swelling, and hyperpigmentation (bronzing of an area of the skin). Side effects impact patients differently depending on the skin type, so we always recommend talking to your clinician before beginning treatment.

Is the light harmful?

The Kleresca® Pre-Post Treatment uses a multi-LED lamp as its energy source and emits in the blue light area, within the visible light spectrum. No harmful UV light is emitted by the system. Clinical trials have shown that Kleresca® is a well-tolerated treatment with no serious side effects reported.

Is the treatment painful?

Patients that use the treatments generally describe it as pleasant and comfortable. They mention a warm and tingling sensation while they are under the lamp. 
The treatment is non-destructive, non-systemic, and painless and it does not cause any harm to the skin tissue. The treatment acts by activating the skin’s cells and its own repair mechanisms.

Does the gel penetrate the skin?

The gel stays on the surface of the skin and its purpose is to convert the light emitted by the lamp into fluorescent light energy (FLE). This fluorescent light energy (FLE) then provides beneficial effects by way of modulation of the biological processes in the multiple layers of the skin.

Can I use Kleresca® during summer?

Yes. Kleresca® Treatments do not induce photosensitivity and patients do not need to avoid sun exposure during or after the treatments. However, people should protect themselves against the harmful UV light of the sun with broad spectrum sun screen. 
Kleresca® FLE treatments are generally gentle and comfortable. Being non-invasive, there is no destruction or removal of the skin’s natural barriers. The gel used during the treatment is not absorbed by the skin, so no substance in it can induce photosensitive reaction.

Where can I get the treatment?

The treatment is offered exclusively in selected and certified Kleresca® clinics. Find your nearest clinic here

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