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Vasulaze a leg & Face vascular blemish solution is the ultimate vascular resolution for a quick and comfortable treatment.

What is vasculaze?

The appearance of veins can be unsightly, causing both women and men to seek treatment options. Lesions can be very visible (long and bulging) or spider veins, which are smaller, finer and shorter (lines or web-like). Vasculaze utilizes laser technology to target and coagulate the unwanted blood vessels beneath the skin’s surface, causing them to collapse and gradually fade over time. The laser energy is absorbed by the hemoglobin in the blood vessels, leading to their destruction without damaging the surrounding skin tissue.

The procedure is considered non-invasive and relatively comfortable for most patients. It is typically used on areas of the face, legs, and body where visible blood vessels are more common. Vasculaze can effectively reduce the appearance of vascular lesions, improving skin clarity and tone. After the Vasculaze treatment, patients may experience some redness and mild swelling in the treated area, but this usually resolves within a few days. Multiple sessions may be necessary for optimal results, depending on the severity and extent of the vascular concerns.

Vasculaze Handpiece

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Vasculaze can help alleviate a wide variety of facial and vein issues with a laser that is targeted to treat the blood vessel causing the blemish. Vasculaze has a specifically designed head that is built to pinpoint the vein or vein network, making treatment precise and safe.

The technology in the Vasculaze sends pulses of light onto the vein, which makes the vein slowly fad and disappear, preventing the need for unpleasant incisions and needles.

Areas of treatment

More common areas of Vasculaze treatment include: face, decollete, arms, upper thighs, back of thighs, and the lower legs.

How many sessions are required?

Typically three sessions are performed, however, some lesions may require more. Gradual improvements in the treatment area can be seen following the first treatment – with the skin’s surface looking clearer as treatment progresses.

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