What is a Kleresca Rosacea Treatment

Kleresca Rosacea treatment s a non-invasive treatment that is clinically proven to reduce the signs and symptoms of rosacea and stimulate the skin’s own repair symptoms.

Common names

LED Light Therapy, Rosacea Treatment

Targeted areas

face, neck, chest

Procedure Information

Procedure Type

Non Surgical

Cost

Package of 4 $1650

Improvement

reduced inflammation, erythema and blushing and overall stress level of the skin.

Results

patients should see long-lasting results after the treatment course has finished (usually 4-6 treatments)

Recovery Time

none to very minimal downtime

Treatable Area's

erythematotelongiectatic rosacea, papulopustular rosacea, phymatous rosacea

How does Kleresca Rosacea Treatment Work?

Kleresca Rosacea Treatment is based on photomodulation (PBM), a breakthrough non-invasive, biophotonic technology that uses fluorescent light energy to stimulate the skin’s own repair mechanisms at the cellular level.  The fluorescent light energy penetrates the skin at different wavelengths and triggers documented beneficial skin-repairing mechanisms for a long-lasting effect.

Kleresca Rosacea Treatment reduces symptoms by:

  • Reducing inflammation, minimising the presence of papules and pustules
  • Reducing erythema and blushing by improving microvascularisation
  • Reducing the overall stress level of the skin, thereby reducing the feeling of burning and stinging
  • Inducing a healing response, improving the overall quality of the skin

What Types of Rosacea Can Be Treated?

Kleresca Rosacea Treatment can treat:

  • erythematotelongiectatic rosacea
  • papulopustular rosacea; and
  • phymatous rosacea

What Happens During the Procedure?

After an initial cleanse of the skin, the chromophore gel is applied.  The gel is illuminated under a multi-wavelength LED light, the chromophore gel converts the blue light from the lamp into fluorescent light energy.  The fluorescent light energy stimulates the skin’s own repair mechanisms.  You may feel a warm and tingling sensation during this time.

The Rosacea Treatment includes an initial regime of 4-6 consecutive sessions, depending on the severity of the condition.  The number of treatments varies from patient to patient and is subject to evaluation of the treating dermal therapist or nurse.

What Happens After the Procedure?

The gel is removed, the skin may appear slightly flushed.  Make-up can be applied straight after the treatment to cover this.  Other potential side effects of the treatment may include hyperpigmentation (bronzing of an area of the skin) and hair bleaching.  The hyperpigmentation does reduce and disappear over time.

"Absolute Cosmetic were one of the first clinics in Perth to offer Kleresca Rosacea Treatment"

How can we help?

Whether you have a treatment in mind, or you have a condition that you’d like to discuss with one of our professionals, please make an enquiry using this form. Be sure to include your ideal date and time for your appointment

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