Kleresca Effective drug-free treatment - The process is safe and comfortable.
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A relatively new acne treatment, Kleresca has been shown to be an effective treatment for acne in clinical trials. Nine out of 10 patients saw improvements of at least 1 IGA grade (this is the Investigator’s Global Assessment scale for acne severity, which ranges from 0:clear to 4:severe).


What’s involved?

Kleresca is a drug-free, non-invasive relaxing procedure that treats acne and associated scarring by stimulating your skins own repair mechanisms.

You’ll undergo twice-weekly treatments over six weeks, where:

  1. your skin is cleaned and Kleresca Acne Treatment gel is applied
  2. the gel is illuminated under a warm fluorescent light for 9 minutes
  3. the gel is removed and your skin is cleansed and moisturised.


That’s it! The process is safe and comfortable.


How does it work?

Inspired by photosynthesis, Kleresca uses fluorescent light energy to stimulate your skin’s own repair mechanisms. The treatment:

  • kills the bacteria responsible for acne
  • reduces inflammation
  • normalises cellular activity
  • reduces signs of scarring by increasing the build-up of collagen in your skin.

What results can I expect?

As your weeks of treatment progress:

  • you should see noticeable improvements to your skin as the deeper layers respond and your skin begins to repair, particularly between weeks four and six.

After finishing the treatment:

  • your now-normalised skin continues working and you can expect to see additional improvements to your complexion.

Are there side effects?

Clinical trials have shown that Kleresca is safe. Side effects are transient but can include:

  • redness
  • hyperpigmentation (bronzing of an area of the skin)
  • slight discoloration of hair in some cases where the gel was applied covering facial hair.