Vasculyse Treatments – A Safe Non-Invasive treatment for embarrassing skin blemishes
VascuLyse will free you of unsightly and unpleasant skin conditions: broken capillaries, ruby points, blotches, milia and skin tags and cholesterol deposits. During the procedure the stylus simply touches the skin surface. Most vascular blemishes disappear on contact as does milia and cholesterol deposits. Get rid of your skin tags for good! We treat all areas of the body for skin tag removal.
What are broken capillaries?
Broken capillaries are tiny dilated blood vessels that are visible through the skin. they become more common as we age and our skin loses it’s elasticity. the factors that can promote their formation are: excessive exposure to the sun, drastic chance in temperature, alcoholic beverages , hot and spicy foods. Once they form, broken capillaries will not disappear on their own. But, they can be permanently removed by the VascuLyse.
Is it really permanent?
Treated capillaries or skin tags will not return. New ones may appear somewhere else.
How does the Vasculyse work?
The VascuLyse uses a mild current to induce coagulation within the distended capillary. The body then absorbs the unused capillary, this treatment is called Capillary Coalysis, the process by which unsightly, distended capillaries are absorbed and eliminated by the body.
Is the treatment painful?
This non-invasive procedure is virtually painless. It uses mild currents that have been employed in the aesthetic world for more then four decades,. At the very most, some patients may feel a slight pricking sensation.
How long do the treatments take?
Sessions are between five and fifteen minutes in length. Most conditions are effectively treated in between one and three sessions. the results are truly amazing.
Is it safe?
The disposable, sterile stylus tips are used only once, insuring your complete safety. the treatment is performed by professionally certified therapists, who observe the strictest standard of hygiene. Skin reaction after the treatment is minimal and disappears after a few days.
What areas can be treated?
For more information or to book your complimentary consultation and skin analysis, please call us or email us.