The gold standard for vascular issues (Excel V and V+), the improved laser technology that combines two different wavelengths (532nm and 1064nm) achieving the treatment of superficial and deep vascular conditions. The extended capabilities include treating deeper and darker vascular lesions, leg and periorbital veins as well as venous lakes and venous malformations.
5 - 20 Min
None / Local
3 - 7 Days
3 - 7 days
Male and female
28 - 74
The laser targets superficial or deep blood vessels and heats them to restore their condition. The precision this technology provides, earned it its recognition as the new gold standard. The device has the capacity to be adjustable to almost all skin conditions
"A good thing about this technology is its safeness for all skin types and tones. Plus, it can be used in any area of the face and body. The laser has a spot size that adjusts between 2 mm and 12mm, so it can treat a wide range of skin conditions very precisely. Most side effects, including redness and swelling, usually resolve within a few days. Blood vessels can usually become darker (“bruise-like”) or more noticeable following the treatment but usually vanish after a few weeks. It is recommended to avoid direct sun exposure on the treated areas for two weeks before and after the treatment as some bruises may appear. Multiple sessions may be required for the removal of telangiectasia (spider veins) and other vascular lesions. In general, combined wavelength laser tech is a safe treatment with a few common mild side effects like other related techniques."
Since the device has the capacity to be adjustable to almost all skin conditions, the majority of population are suitable candidates.
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This new approach is designed to enhance patient safety and comfort. It will give you the chance to reduce redness, pigmentations and spider veins. In addition to cosmetic benefits, it also treats rosacea and telangiectasis.