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ThermoClear

$100
30 Minutes | Series of 3 Recommended

Effective on irregularities such as vascularity, or broken capillaries, skin tags, visible sun damage, and sebaceous hyperplasia, cherry angiomas, milia, fibromas, and cholesterol deposits. This treatment is a great alternative to laser. Not only is the price-point more feasible, there is less discomfort and minimal downtime. 

Ideal for: ALL Skin Types

What is ThermoClear?

ThermoClear utilizes both low radio frequency and high radio frequency. It can treat ALL skin types on epidermal skin imperfections. These skin imperfections include small Spider Capillaries, Cherry Angiomas, Milia, Acne and Skin Tags.  They also include Sebaceous Hyperplasia, Fibromas, Cholesterol Deposits and Sun Spots / Age Spots.

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ThermoClear can be used to improve the appearance of many different skin irregularities:

  • ‘Spider’ capillaries

  • Skin tags

  • Milia

  • Xanthelasma

  • DPN: Also known as Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra

  • Cherry Angiomas

  • Sebaceous Hyperplasia

and much more!

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The Benefits of ThermoClear  Skin Treatments are Instant & Long Lasting.

  • ​ThermoClear uses low-frequency energy to clear skin, offering long-term relief from skin irregularities.

  • ThermoClear is suitable for darker skin tones and all skin types.

  • It does not necessitate large amounts of additional skin care: the process only causes minimal scabbing and affects only the top layers [epidermis] of the skin.

  • ThermoClear treatment causes minimal discomfort and is very fast.

  • The energy is only applied to the affected area or lesions.

What to Expect After Your ThermoClear Treatment 

ThermoClear offers a fast-acting solution to common skin issues. However, as with many skin treatments, there is a post-care period in which recipients need to be cautious and avoid exposing their treated skin to harmful stimuli.

All clients who receive ThermoClear will experience slight discomfort and irritation that can last for a few hours. Crusting and slight scabbing may appear for up to a week after treatment. There are steps you can take to minimize side effects, reduce the chance of infection, and gain optimal results:

  • Don’t rub or put pressure on the treated area

  • If your capillaries or nose area was treated, don’t blow your nose hard

  • Avoid extremes of temperature

  • No exercising, saunas, pools, or tanning for at least 24 to 48 hours

  • No makeup for at least 24 hours

  • Do not rub, scratch, or pick the area treated

  • To wash the area, cleanse with a mild cleanser, splash on cool water and pat dry – do not rub!

  • After cleaning, let the area dry for 5 minutes before proceeding with the aftercare provided to you (which will usually be a pink bottle called Caladryl)

  • Cleanse twice a day and apply the aftercare twice a day on dry skin for 24 hours; if specified, continue with the topical antibiotic

  • Avoid exposure to UV light (both sunlight and sunbeds) and use a broad-spectrum sunscreen (e.g. SPF50 or higher) for 12 weeks, to avoid hyperpigmentation/hypopigmentation; reapply sunscreen every two hours

  • If you smoke, cut down on cigarettes: it affects blood supply to your skin, which will slow down your healing process

  • Do not remove the scabbing

  • Different treatments will take different lengths of time to heal. We may recommend different aftercare products depending on what was being treated.

  • Sun spot treatments heal over a period of 7-14 days. We generally recommend Caladryl for aftercare use in these cases.

  • Similarly, capillary treatments take the same amount of time and also benefit from Caladryl.

  • Cherry angioma treatments are also handled in the same way.

  • Skin tags/DPN also take around the same time to heal, but we typically recommend either Bacitracin or PolySporin.

  • Cholesterol deposits take between 14 and 28 days to heal, and can generally be treated with Bacitracin or PolySporin.

  • Milia are another form of skin growth that take 14-28 days to heal from after ThermoClear treatment. In these cases, we recommend using Caladryl for the first 24 hours, followed by Bacitracin or Polysporin afterwards, if needed.

  • ThermoClear treatment for sebaceous hyperplasia also typically takes 14-28 days to recover from. As with milia, we recommend Caladryl initially, then Bacitracin or PolySporin if needed after the first 24 hours.