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Clinical Case Reports, states, "Kleresca® biophotonic platform utilizing fluorescent  light energy effectively decreased the inflammatory and erythematous reaction common in rosacea subtypes 1, 2, and 3.  Kleresca® may be considered as a single treatment for rosacea, targeting multiple features, or combined with invasive methods for an enhanced normalizing and healing profile of the skin." [1]


The only anecdotal report I have found is at Reddit, Camo645, which we will keep an eye on to see if it works for him. Ironically, some report fluorescent lights trigger rosacea

"We assessed the efficacy of the Kleresca® biophotonic platform (KLOX Technologies Inc., Laval, Canada), which creates fluorescent light energy (FLE), to induce a novel form of photobiomodulation for treating rosacea. We also assessed patient satisfaction with their facial appearance and concerns about perceptions of others before and after treatment...FLE significantly reduced the inflammatory erythematous reaction of the face, improved flushing and erythema associated with rosacea, and had a positive impact on patients' self-perception and emotional wellbeing....Our results support FLE as an effective, noninvasive treatment modality for rosacea." [2]

End Notes

[1] Clin Case Rep. 2018 Dec;6(12):2385-2390
Fluorescent light energy: Treating rosacea subtypes 1, 2, and 3.
Sannino M, Lodi G, Dethlefsen MW, Nisticò SP, Cannarozzo G, Nielsen MCE

[2] Biophotonic Therapy with Fluorescent Light Energy Decreases Facial Erythema, Improves Signs and Symptoms of Rosacea, and Increases Patient Satisfaction: A Postmarket Study

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