Laser Brightening with Vascular Laser

Laser brightening with the Vascular laser is aimed at treating redness due to vascular conditions as well as epidermal pigmentation. The main difference between vascular lasers and other skin rejuvenation lasers is its unique wavelength. At a wavelength of 577 nm, the Vascular Laser can be used to safely treat various conditions such as pigmentation, rosacea, acne and uneven skin tone etc.

What conditions can Vascular lasers treat?

  • Vascular Lesions (facial/nose veins and blood vessels/ cherry angiomas, rosacea) are caused by small, dilated capillaries. They can appear as red spots or “veins” on the skin. The Vascular Laser can treat these by shrinking the vessels with its yellow light, with no damage to the surrounding tissue.
  • Pigmentation (melasma, sun/age spots/ freckles) – Vascular Lasers produce energy that is absorbed by melanin cells, breaking down pigment, and preventing skin cells from producing more pigmentation.
  • Skin Rejuvenation – the Vascular Laser’s energy is absorbed into the skin layer to treat and improve the skin’s support structure, resulting in smoother, brighter and tauter skin.
  • Acne – the Vascular Laser kills the P. acnes bacteria, shrinking the sebaceous glands that produce sebum and reduces redness caused by inflammation

How does it work?

A yellow laser beam is directed at the treatment area. Depending on your concern, the doctor will choose which setting to use. The yellow light also promotes collagen growth and reduces small red blood vessels. This results in an overall tightening, firming and rejuvenating effect on skin. Most patients describe the treatment as comfortable and painless.

How long does each treatment take?

A treatment typically last between 20-30mins, depending on the condition or treatment area. Number of sessions needed will depend on treatment concern and the treatment plan decided on during the consultation process..

There are so many different lasers? How would I know which suits me best?

Different lasers have different wavelengths to treat different concerns. It’s best to arrange a consultation with the doctor to see which treatment best suits you. No consultation charges.





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