They already have fitness trainers, now will well-heeled, zit-prone consumers spend nearly $90 a month for clear skin, too? Executives at Clear Clinic, think so, and are launching Clear Clinic @ Home, a new customized at-home acne treatment program designed to bring high level dermatologic care straight to consumers. The products debut next month.
Based on extensive research and patient feedback, Clear Clinic Laboratories' line of 19 unique products is formulated with high-end and effective ingredients, according to the company. Clear Clinic @ Home makes care from the most sought-after experts and sophisticated acne treatment products available to all acne sufferers, regardless of location, and empowers clients with specialized acne care from a team of Clear Clinic Personal Acne Coaches.
"At Clear Clinic we constantly strive to provide our patients with the best, most innovative and effective acne reduction therapies,” said founder Dr. Eric Schweiger. “With Clear Clinic @ Home and the Clear Clinic Laboratories product line, we are extending these top notch services into the future and beyond New York, making quality acne care accessible to all.”
Under the direction of Schweiger, Clear Clinic @ Home will enable clients to obtain personalized product regimens, interact with acne professionals, receive customized treatment guidance, and track their progress towards clear skin, all through a sophisticated online portal with individualized accounts. When first logging onto the Clear Clinic website, clients are asked to a simply quiz in order to customize their product kit. From there, they are enrolled in the Clear Clinic @ Home Personalized Acne Treatment Program, which includes monthly consultations and a continuous supply of product. Consultations can be held at the patient’s convenience via live video, e-chat, or a telephone call. Clear Clinic clients can expect their Personal Acne Coach to remain active in every step of their progress towards clear skin, including regular consultations, progress assessments and ongoing care recommendations, according to the company.