VASCULYSE RF

Vasculyse RF helps to improve superficial skin blemishes by transmitting energy directly into the skin target area through a probe. The imperfection coagulates to form scar tissue which is eliminated by natural healing mechanisms of the body. Results are visible between 3 and 21 days (longer for body and legs).

What kind of lesions can Vasculyse RF help treat?

  • Dilated/broken capillaries 

  • Telangiectasia

  • Spider veins

  • Ruby points/Cherry angiomas

  • Age spots/ seborrheic keratosis

  • Fatty deposits like xanthelasma and many more

What are the potential side effects expected with treatment with vasculyse?

  • Redness

  • Itching

  • Warming sensation

  • Slight swelling

  • Small white crusts

  • Hyperpigmentation or Hypopigmentation

  • Small inflammation area

What are the home Care recommendations post procedure?

  • Do not touch, stretch or manipulate the treated area for at least 24 hours following treatment

  • Clean the treated area very gently using fingers and facial cleanser. Do not use a facecloth, facial brush or sponge

  • If you wish to wear makeup over a recently treated area, gently apply foundation using clean fingers. Avoid sponges as they carry bacteria

  • To avoid hyper-pigmentation, use sunscreen and avoid sun exposure, including tanning salons for 1 week

  • Apply cold compresses if the area feels hot. Do not use ice

  • Apply a medicated preparation such as Polysporin or hydrocortisone

  • Following treatment do not drink alcohol for 24 hours

  • Following treatment do not take aspirin for 48 hours

  • Do not pick at or remove scabs as removing scabs prematurely may cause red marks which could take several months to disappear.

What can be done to reduce the risk of developing new vascular blemishes?

  • Avoid sun exposure and tanning beds, wear sunscreen at all times

  • Avid esteem temperature variations, hot baths, saunas and hot tubs

  • Avoid heating masks, acid peels and treatments that emit intense heat

  • Avoid alcohol and spicy food

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