09 Jan Groundbreaking New Treatment For Acne Sufferers
Acne isn’t just a skin condition suffered by teens, it also affects many people into adulthood and the results can be emotionally as well as physically scarring.
Many acne sufferers also have to deal with a lack of self-confidence in both their personal and professional lives as a result of their problematic skin.
Shockingly acne affects up to 85% of Australians aged 15-24 at some point in their lives.
With so many treatments available on the market it can be frustrating for acne sufferers to find a treatment that actually works and has minimal side effects.
Australia has just recently gained access to a ground breaking new treatment that uses high intensity light treatment to treat both acne and scarring.
Kleresca® is a clinically proven treatment that has been shown to provide 89% of patients with significant and long lasting improvement in their acne severity.
In the same clinical trial, one in three patients had results so good they actually achieved clear or almost completely clear skin.
Kleresca® uses a new light conversion system called ‘BioPhotonics’ to stimulate the skin and treat the acne as well as reduce scarring.
The treatment is done in a dermatology clinic and uses a high intensity light device together with a photoconverter gel to kill bacteria and ramp up the healing process.
Patients need to have the Kleresca® treatment twice a week for 6 weeks, with each session lasting just 9 minutes. The results are proven to be long lasting and patients will begin to see improvement during the course of the treatment and will also see continued improvement in their skin after the treatment is completed.
I’ve had many friends who have suffered with acne well into their adult lives, and I have seen how upsetting and frustrating it can be tyring to get rid of it. Having a highly effective, non-invasive treatment with proven results now available to all Australians is going to bring relief to many acne sufferers.
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