At Primary Aesthetic Skin Care, we provide treatment options for patients interested in enhancing their skin’s texture and tone. One treatment gaining in popularity with our patients is the Clear and Brilliant therapy.
What is Clear and Brilliant?
Clear and Brilliant is a specialized laser treatment that is commonly used as a preventative for patients in the early stages of aging. When the visible signs of aging begin to appear, patients can start undergoing routine treatments of Clear and Brilliant laser therapy to maintain their youthful skin. The skin is exposed to the elements of the environment and can be enhanced with laser therapies such as this.
Clear and Brilliant is beneficial for many patients who are interested in improving the texture, tone, and health of their skin. Many of our younger patients use it as a way to keep their skin youthful and beautiful. This laser treatment can help with the following concerns:
- The appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Large pore sizes
- Poor skin texture and tone
- Skin’s overall appearance
What can I expect from a Clear and Brilliant laser treatment?
Patients will need approximately thirty minutes for a complete treatment session. Before starting treatment, Elena Ginsberg may apply a topical numbing cream onto the skin to improve comfort during the treatment. The Clear and Brilliant handpiece is moved across the facial skin to treat it. The device uses patented technology to ensure the administrator engaged proper contact with the skin and performs uniform application to the treatment area. Afterwards, our provider will apply a topical antioxidant serum or a biocellulose masque to soothe the skin.
Am I a candidate for Clear and Brilliant treatment?
Most patients who have mild skin concerns, or those who want to prevent the signs of aging appearing sooner rather than later may be considered appropriate candidates for Clear and Brilliant treatment. We encourage patients to book a consultation visit with our team to evaluate the skin and provide the best recommendations for patients.