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Clear + Brilliant

Are you looking to improve the tone and texture of your skin? Would you like to restore your glow and eliminate sun damage? Does your busy lifestyle prohibit you from doing procedures that require downtime?

If so, Clear + Brilliant treatments may be right for you. Designed for busy professionals who care about their skin. Clear + Brilliant treatments uncover your youthful skin while minimizing red and brown spots in 3 to 6 treatments that require ZERO downtime.

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Clear + Brillant And You?

If you’re battling the effects aging can have on your skin, or trying to address it before the battle even starts, Clear + Brilliant can help. With simple, gentle laser treatments provided by your licensed skincare professional, you can help prevent the visible signs of aging and the overall dulling effects time and the environment can have on your skin.

One 10 to 20-minute Clear + Brilliant session* can leave your skin feeling smoother, younger and give you that “radiant glow” that comes from healthy, youthful skin. Routine treatments deliver lasting results that can keep you looking younger for years to come. Clear + Brilliant is simple yet effective. An easy treatment to add to your routine, much like the way you plan for a facial or trip to the hair salon.

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 *Data on file. 1 Solta Medical Clinical Study Report, October 2010. Data on file.