The Professional Clearista Refining Pen™ is Changing The Skincare Game
To ensure the safest and best patient experience, certain treatment options for the Clearista Refining Pen are only offered through Esthetics Professionals. These professionals have received special training and support to ensure that you receive the very best results.
The Clearista Refining Pen™ offers a patented formula that specifically targets raised or pigmented areas of imperfections leaving surrounding skin untouched and unaffected. It improves the appearance of your skin’s natural keratin layer, leaving you with softer, younger looking skin. Your doctor or esthetician will be able to target only those unsightly spots using a product that reveals your clearest, smoothest skin in as little as a single visit.
The Clearista Refining Pen effectively reduces the appearance of a wide range of raised and/or pigmented skin imperfections such as:
- Brown or pigmented spots
- Benign skin growths
- Small bumps on the arms or face
- Small white bumps around the eyes and more
Clearista® also uses an innovative approach called Targeted Corrective Exfoliation (TCX) to aid in your skin’s natural exfoliation process. Our revolutionary and patented formula hydrates, softens and smoothes common blemishes with almost immediate results. It’s a fast and effective way to improve the appearance of your skin.
Clearista Refining Pen & The TCX Process
1. An Esthetics Professional will begin by applying the Clearista Retexturizing Gel™ to the blemished areas of the skin to initiate the TCX process. This patented gel contains a special combination of ingredients that immediately hydrate and soften keratin at the skin’s surface. To help accelerate the procedure, the Esthetics Professional may place a warm compress on top of the Retexturizing Gel for 1-2 minutes. While we have a lot of experience that shows this process will not irritate skin, if any irritation should occur, the professional will discontinue use immediately.
2. Next, the Professional will place the Clearista Refining Pen on the blemishes to accelerate the TCX process. The tip of the pen will be used to rub the area for approximately two minutes at a time. The unique combination of the Clearista™ Retexturizing Gel and the Clearista™ Refining Pen will begin immediately to improve the appearance of the imperfection. At this stage, the Professional may continue to apply additional reagent from the pen to keep the area moistened, hydrated, and soft.
3. The Professional will continue the process until the appearance of the blemishes has improved, revealing clearer, smoother skin. This process may take from 2-10 minutes to treat a total of 1-5 blemishes depending on the size and thickness of the areas being treated.
No Acids, No Lasers, No Cutting
Using the Clearista Refining Pen is a gentle procedure that works only at the skin’s surface, requires no anesthesia, and leaves no scarring or marks on your skin. Not only is it effective, it’s safe and offers several benefits over other old-school skincare treatments such as lasers, acids, liquid nitrogen and curettage.
Lasers and peels can cause burning, itching and peeling to targeted areas and surrounding skin. Results may take weeks to appear and only once skin has fully healed and recovered. In addition, skin may become sensitive to sun exposure and to the touch with these medical treatments.
Unlike liquid nitrogen, using Clearista yields immediate visible results without any cold or stinging sensation. And, unlike liquid nitrogen, which often leaves you with white spots on the treated area, Clearista is more effective in leaving you clearer and unaffected skin with little to no downtime.
Another popular medical skin treatment common for seborrheic keratosis is curettage. Curettage uses a loop-shaped surgical scalpel that cuts the seborrheic keratosis from your skin. This treatment usually requires a local anesthetic, and a fibrous scar, also known as a keloid, may develop after treatment.
With keratotic surface blemishes larger than 2 cm, the Clearista products, like mechanical and chemical exfoliants such as microdermabrasion, chemical peels, alpha-hydroxy and beta-hydroxy acids, urea and enzymes, may produce mild to moderate bleeding upon contact, and are therefore not indicated for cosmetic improvement of these larger blemishes.