Thermoclear treatments utilize both low and high radio frequency technology that can treat most skin types and epidermal skin imperfections: small spider capillaries, cherry angiomas, milia, acne, skin tags, sebaceous hyperplasia, fibromas, cholesterol deposits, sun and age spots.



  • No down time / minimal scabbing

  • Treatment only on skin imperfection area applied

  • Quick treatment lasting only a few seconds

  • Minimal discomfort

  • Only effects epidermis layer

There are many advantages of using the ThermoClear Skin Treatment System. The most important one is that it ONLY treats the top layer of the skin (epidermis), leaving the lower layers (dermis) of the skin unaffected. In addition, machines that use pulsed light treatments (IPL/laser) usually penetrate the epidermis and the dermis layers of the skin, causing temporary or even permanent damage to the skin.


Immediately after treatment, Polysporin, Bacitracin and/or Caladryl lotion (pink only) can be applied as there may be mild swelling or edema. It is normal for the treated area to feel like a sunburn for a few hours. Avoid any trauma to the skin for up to 24 hours, such as bathing in very hot water, swimming pool, hot tub or strenuous exercise. Try to keep the treated area dry.

DO NOT PICK the area. Avoid picking and scratching the treated area to achieve your best results. If any crusting appears you can apply an antibiotic cream such as Bacitracin and/or Caladryl lotion, or a sunburn gel.

Makeup may be used 24 hours after the treatment, unless there is any sign of epidermal bleeding. It is recommended to use fresh makeup or a powdered mineral makeup to reduce the possibility of infection.

You may shower after the treatment with tepid (lukewarm) water, If extensive work has been done on the treated area, you may need to apply Aquaphor or Vaseline before you shower, then lightly remove it after bathing. Skin should be patted dry and not rubbed. After 24 hours you can wash the area gently with a mild soap.

You may experience redness, scabbing, and/or slight bruising for 5-7 days after the treatment. Avoid direct sun exposure and tanning beds for 2-3 weeks and throughout the course of your recommended treatment process. Use physical sunscreen SPF 25 or higher at all times when going out in the sunlight.

Avoid tweezing, waxing, bleaching, chemical peels, and all laser treatments during the course of the treatment/healing. Do not use irritants such as Retin-A, glycolics, or loofahs until the area has completely healed.

2020 Inked By Amy Shafer