VascuLase is a technology used for the non-invasive treatment of various skin imperfections, including spider veins, broken capillaries, and other vascular lesions. The technology utilises high-frequency currents to target and coagulate the blood vessels, causing them to collapse and eventually fade from view. This procedure is often used for minor and superficial vascular issues. Here’s some information about the VascuLase treatment:
How It Works:
VascuLyse applies a fine-tipped probe to the skin’s surface over the targeted thread veins. The search delivers controlled high-frequency energy to the blood vessels, causing them to thicken. The body’s natural healing processes then work to remove the treated plates, resulting in the gradual fading of the thread veins.
VascuLyse is suitable for treating small, superficial thread veins, broken capillaries, and other vascular irregularities. It’s commonly used on the face, especially around the nose and cheeks.
The practitioner will apply the probe to the skin’s surface during the procedure, precisely targeting the thread veins. Patients may feel a slight tingling or warm sensation as the energy is delivered. The treatment is usually well-tolerated and generally doesn’t require anaesthesia.
Results and Recovery:
After the VascuLyse treatment, some redness and minor swelling may occur in the treated area. This usually subsides within a few hours to a day. Over the following days, the treated thread veins will fade, with continued improvement over several weeks as the body eliminates the coagulated vessels.