The Clear+Brilliant non-ablative fractionated laser improves the overall quality of the skin. It allows us to treat pigmentation, texture, and tone of the skin in the same treatment. It can be done on all skin types.
This laser has 2 different wavelengths: Perméa® is more superficial (1927 nm) and Clear+Brilliant® goes deeper (1440 nm). Depending on your skin needs, our professionals will guide you in your choice between these two treatments.
This laser technology creates subcutaneous micro-perforations to generate the natural healing and repair process of the skin. It thus increases the production of new skin cells and stimulates collagen production.
Objectives: complexion and texture
Objectives: texture, tone, and complexion
With its longer wavelength, Clear+Brilliant treats deeper skin layers than Perméa. It effectively tightens dilated pores, softens wrinkles and fine lines, and improves skin tone, texture, and complexion. This treatment can be done alone or as a 4-session treatment.
Clear+Brilliant and Perméa are established as gentle alternatives to other more powerful fractionated lasers, in order to refine skin texture, improve texture, and reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation and wrinkles.
Clear & Brilliant and Perméa are specifically designed to treat the face, neck, décolleté, and hands.
CLEAR+BRILLIANT RESULTS 1 WEEK POST-6-TREATMENTS PLAN
CLEAR+BRILLIANT & PÉRMEA RESULTS 1 WEEK POST 6-TREATMENTS PLAN
Taking a picture before your Clear+Brilliant® and Perméa® treatments allows you to better visualize the progress before/after the treatment.
Desensitizing the skin with lidocaine anesthetic gel will reduce discomfort during your Clear+Brilliant® treatment. This product is applied and left on clean skin for about 20 minutes prior to treatment. The application of anesthetic gel for your PerméaMD treatment is not necessary since this treatment is more superficial.
Carefully removing all traces of gel, makeup, and lipid film is an essential step before your Clear+Brilliant® and Perméa® treatments. It is important to disinfect the skin with alcohol to create a suitable and sterile canvas before the procedure begins.
Protective eyewear may be required to provide adequate eye protection in the event of light emission. It is normal to see a few flashes of light throughout the treatment. Once well protected, your eyes are safe and have nothing to worry about.
Applying the applicator to the skin of the target area and discharging the energy onto the surface signals the beginning of the treatment. Feeling the laser light on your skin can be unpleasant. It is normal to feel slight pinching and a heat effect during treatment.
Apply a thin layer of Aquaphor for the first 4 hours. Post-treatment recommendations must be strictly followed for the skin to recover properly.
Pregnant or breastfeeding women should delay this type of treatment, as well as anyone who has received Accutane treatment in the past 2 months. Patients who have been exposed to the sun without sun protection within 7 days before the treatment date will not be able to receive it.