Kleresca – The Acne Treatment Trusted By Amy Pejkovic,
The Kleresca Acne Treatment available now at Advanced Cosmetic Medicine is a clinically proven, non-invasive, multi-action treatment with high efficacy and safety designed to help acne sufferers.
It is based on a biophotonic technology that generates fluorescent light energy to stimulate multiple biological processes resulting in a clear improvement in acne severity, giving one in three patients the chance to reach clear, or almost-clear skin.
Kleresca works to:
· Kill bacteria responsible for acne (P. acnes)
· Reduce inflammation
· Normalise cellular activity
· Increase collagen build-up, stimulating acne scars repair
Kleresca has recently announced Australian athlete and model, Amy Pejkovic, as the Australian ambassador of its Scandinavian acne treatment, Kleresca Acne Treatment.
Pejkovic has recently completed the six-week treatment that is unique in the field of acne treatments after experiencing problems with her skin for many years.
“I am thrilled to be the first official ambassador for Kleresca Acne Treatment in Australia and excited to be able to educate those suffering from acne of the multiple benefits of the ground-breaking treatment,” Pejkovic said.
The Sydneysider who spends her time training as an Australian high jumper and working as a professional model said her acne affected her not just physically but emotionally.
“My acne has had a significant effect on my self-confidence including feeling embarrassed and at times paranoid and depressed. I avoided being in public places without make-up and felt uncomfortable even in front of my closest friends and family. As a model your skin is a huge part of your job which meant there was even more pressure for me to have flawless skin,” said Pejkovic.
“The Kleresca Acne Treatment was a great option for me as it is not absorbed into the skin and has little to no downtime, meaning I didn’t have to worry about the effects it might have on my body and overall health,” Pejkovic said.
Pejkovic has recently had to give up her to bid to qualify for the 2018 Commonwealth Games due to injury, now turning her attention to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Her focus on health extends beyond her career as an athlete, as this year marks the five-year anniversary of Pejkovic’s surgery to remove a brain tumour in 2012.
Kleresca General Manager, Mikkel Schoedt believes Amy is the perfect fit to be an ambassador for Kleresca Acne Treatment as she embodies everything valued at Kleresca.
“Kleresca Acne Treatment is all about helping patients transform their skin, helping them feel good about it and ultimately, themselves. Amy’s health-conscious lifestyle and position as a role model for many young women makes her as a trusted ambassador for Kleresca,” said Mr Schoedt.
Dr Ritu Gupta, Specialist Dermatologist, M.B.B.S. (Hons), PhD, F.A.C.D has been treating Amy Pejkovic with Kleresca Acne Treatment at her Sydney clinic.
“In just a couple of weeks, I’ve seen a significant improvement to the overall quality of Amy’s skin including reduced inflammation, increased collagen development and improvement to previous acne scarring. We can expect to see optimal results for Amy around week 12 – 18 or even later,” Dr Ritu Gupta said.
“Kleresca Acne Treatment suits patients with inflammatory acne who want a treatment that is relatively fast involves no oral medications and therefore no systemic internal side effects, making this the perfect treatment option for Amy,” Dr Gupta finished.
To try this revolutionary treatment for yourself, book an appointment with Dr Targett at Advanced Cosmetic Medicine on 0403 690 031.