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Is ClearLift Laser The Right Treatment For You?

Updated: Jul 24, 2023

Picture this:

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You've been researching a treatment for weeks. It has all of the benefits you need; anti-ageing, skin tightening, brightening, and all-around rejuvenation. You decide to go in for a consultation after all this research, and you're so excited! But, to your dismay, the treatment isn't suitable for your skin. If only there'd been a mention somewhere of who the treatment is and isn't suitable for...


That's exactly what you're going to learn in this article. You'll find out if ClearLift laser is suitable for you, and potentially save yourself hours upon hours of research time.


Who is ClearLift Laser Suitable For?

Truth be told; ClearLift laser is most likely suitable for you. That's because it's suitable for almost everybody. It is best for you however if your main concerns are:

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  • Signs of ageing, such as wrinkles and fine lines.

  • Hyperpigmentation or skin discolouration.

  • Dull skin and rough skin texture.

This is because treating these 3 skin concerns is the main benefit of ClearLift laser. That's not to say it's definitively the best treatment for you, but there's a great chance it's an excellent choice.


Who Isn't ClearLift Laser Suitable For?

To make life even easier for you, you're about to learn who ClearLift laser isn't suitable for.


While the list is short, knowing these 2 things is key to knowing if ClearLift laser is the right treatment for you or not:

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  • Individuals with very advanced signs of ageing such as loose and sagging skin may benefit more from other treatments. While ClearLift laser may help you with advanced signs of ageing there are more effective treatment options. Surgery is the most effective option in very advanced signs of ageing. But, we understand you may not be ready for surgery. In some cases, Exilis radiofrequency or Laser Resurfacing may also be good options.

  • If your main concern is not part of the ClearLift benefits then it makes sense that it may not be the best treatment for you. For example, if you want to treat acne and acne scarring, you'll rather need extractions and peels such as the Green Peel. This will help you to control the active acne whilst fading acne scarring over the course of treatment.

So there you have it; who ClearLift is and isn't suitable for, to make it even easier for you to know if it's the right treatment for you. But we understand you may still want to speak to a professional. Click the button below and fill out the form to book your free consultation with Dr Hala, and find out if ClearLift is definitely right for you and how it will work.


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