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    Kleresca Acne Treatment

    Kleresca Acne Treatment is available to The London Skin and Hair Clinic as an effective treatment for patients suffering from moderate to severe acne.

    What is Kleresca Acne Treatment?

    Kleresca Acne Treatment is a breakthrough BioPhotonic treatment that significantly and comfortably improves acne, with high safety and efficacy. Kleresca Acne Treatment offers multi action treatment for acne that addresses several factors responsible for causing acne but also reduces the signs of scarring:

    • Kills the bacteria responsible for acne P. acnes
    • Reduces inflammation
    • Normalises cellular activity
    • Reduces the signs of scarring by increasing the build-up of collagen.

    What is involved in Kleresca Acne Treatment?

    Kleresa Acne treatment uses a high intensity in-clinic lamp together with a photoconverter gel to kill bacteria in the skin and initiate healing of the skin.

    Kleresca protocol

    Kleresca Acne Treatment is performed twice a week for six weeks. The treatment is comfortable and pleasant with high-efficacy and little to no downtime. The treatment involves application of the photoconverter gel and then illumination under a multi-LED Kleresca lamp for nine minutes.

    Who is suitable for treatment with Kleresca Acne Treatment?

    Kleresca Acne Treatment is suitable for patients suffering from moderate to sever acne, especially with inflammatory lesions. It can be applied to treat acne on the face, back or chest. It is an excellent alternative for patients who do not wish to go on oral isotretinoin or other strong oral or topical acne medications.

    What are the results of Kleresca Acne Treatment?

    You should see noticeable improvements to your skin as the deeper layers respond and skin repairing occurs during the treatment course. After finishing the treatment you should expect to see additional improvements to your complexion.

    Kleresca Acne treatment results have been shown to be long-lasting. In clinical trials, Kleresca demonstrated high efficacy especially on people with inflammatory moderate to severe acne.

    • 9 out of 10 saw improvements of at least 1 IGA grade or more
    • More than half of patients saw ≥ 2 IGA grades improvement of their acne
    • 1 out of 3 reached clear or almost clear skin

    Individual results may vary

    Kleresca Before and After Female 1Case study: 21 year old female

    Kleresca Before and After Male 1

    Case study: 38 year old male

    What are the risks or potential side-effects of Kleresca Acne Treatment?

    In clinical trials, Kleresca Acne Treatment showed high safety with no serious adverse events, and the treatment itself was considered to be a pleasant and comfortable experience. Side effects seen in those treated may include redness, hyperpigmentation and slight discoloration of hair in some cases where the gel was applied covering facial hair. All side effects were transient.

    Is there any preparation needed before having Kleresca Acne Treatment?

    There is no specific preparation required for Kleresca Acne Treatment and in most cases patients can commence treatment soon after their consultation with one of our Dermatologists.

    What aftercare is needed for Kleresca Acne Treatment?

    Our Dermatologist will advise on the treatment plan for maintenance and dealing with acne flare-ups post treatment. In some cases this may involve booster treatments or topical or oral medication.

    What is the cost involved in having Kleresca Acne Treatment?

    Patients will need a consultation with one of our Dermatologists prior to Kleresca Acne Treatment and following the course of treatment. Consultation prices are available on our fee schedule here.

    A six week course of treatment with Kleresca Acne Treatment has a charge of £3,000.

    Kleresca Acne Treatment is not currently funded by private health insurers, and so we are unable to accept insurance authorisation for this treatment.

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