Aging skin is a fact of life… but Clear + Brilliant can slow the process by replacing damaged skin with healthy, younger looking tissue. Clear + Brilliant is a gentle laser treatment that is safe for all skin types. Comfortable, Fast, and Effective. Are you ready to take control of the aging process? Clear + Brilliant helps keep skin looking youthful at any age.
How Does It Work?
Clear + Brilliant refreshes your skin from the inside out. The laser energy creates millions of microscopic treatment zones in your skin, replacing worn-out tissue with newly generated, more brilliant skin.
The system includes an Intelligent Optical Tracking System (IOTS) that senses skin contact with the treatment tip rollers, and the motion of the tip relative to the skin surface. This feature ensures safety and uniform delivery of the treatment.
Clear + Brilliant Brings You
- Visibly illuminated skin tone
- Renewed, ultra-soft and smoother texture
- Naturally radiant and glowing skin
- Improved tone, texture and radiance
- Reduction in the appearance of pores
Before and Afters
How should I prepare for the treatment?
- Avoid extreme sun exposure, retinoid products, and glycolic acid products for 1 week prior to treatment.
- Notify your doctor if you have a history of cold sores. The doctor may want to pre-treat you to prevent
any outbreaks after the Clear + Brilliant procedure.
- It is preferred that you arrive for your appointment without makeup on the day of the treatment.
What to Expect
Patients like Clear + Brilliant due to its minimal downtime. The intensity and duration of your side effects depend on the treatment aggressiveness and your individual healing characteristics, generally lasting for up to one week. Patients can expect on average 1-2 days of redness and 1-4 days of a “sandpaper” feeling or dryness of the skin.
Know if It’s Right for You
Clear + Brilliant is safe for all skin types with minimal downtime after your visits. However, as with any cosmetic treatment, those interested in a procedure are encouraged to discuss with a physician any risks or conditions the could effect their treatment.