Kleresca Rejuvenation

Kleresca Skin Rejuvenation is a breakthrough BioPhotonic treatment. It is a unique light conversion system designed to stimulate your skin and improve your complexion with high safety and efficacy. The system uses high energy, the in-clinic light device in combination with a photo converter gel. The gel enables that specific wavelengths can penetrate the skin, stimulate the repair mechanisms, and normalize the skin.

It’s a multi-action treatment which, amongst other functions, stimulates the vascular system. The increased vascular activity has a positive effect on collagen production and the renewal of skin cells. It is a non-abrasive treatment with a long-lasting effect.

Kleresca Rejuveantion FAQ’s

How often can I receive treatment?
The Kleresca Rejuvenation treatment is performed once per week for four weeks and is designed to reduce wrinkles and embellish the skin, resulting in noticeable rejuvenation of the skin in the applied areas.
What are the advantages of Kleresca Rejuvenation Treatment?
  • A pleasant and comfortable experience
  • Multi-action treatment that tackles affected areas and encouraging the build-up of collagen in the skin.
  • Little to no downtime after treatment
  • Long lasting effect


What are the after care instructions?
To achieve the best possible outcome, we advise you to follow the treatment after-care instructions:

  • Apply skin care products recommended by your practitioner, which should include a moisturiser with a sun protection factor (SPF)
  • Make-up can be applied immediately following your Kleresca treatment. However,we recommend using a mineral-based or non- comedogenic formulations that don’t block your pores. Please seek advice from your aesthetic Dr.
  • Drink plenty of water after treatment to maintain hydration levels
  • In the unlikely event that any adverse reaction occurs following treatment, please contact your practitioner right away for advice.
  • If the treatment has been used in combination with other advanced aesthetic treatments provided by your practitioner, specific after-care advice should be followed (as proved by your practitioner).
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