Vascular Treatments

What is Vascular Treatments?

Having red spots around your face and having those purple spider-web looking purple veins start showing is absolutely common. You’re not alone in this, in fact, most adult women get vascular lesions that come out through spider veins, telangiectasias, and even rosacea which are caused by sun damage, aging, and pregnancy. That’s why vascular treatments are so popular because more and more people are looking for solutions to get rid of those unwanted signs of veins.

What Is It & How It's Done

Vascular treatments that are meant to lessen these physical manifestations are usually non-invasive and make use of lasers. During the treatment, you will be given protective eyewear to shield you from the light beams, most likely be asked to lay down or recline your seat then will go through the laser procedure for about 30 to 45 minutes depending on the size of the area being treated. As with any laser-based procedure, you will be given a cooling agent after and will be asked to stay away from sun exposure for a few days. On average, a person will need 3 to 6 sessions in the same area to achieve the results they’re looking for – but this will still vary based on how much your clinician needs to treat.

But regardless of which process you opt for, the goal remains the same to bring out a more vibrant and youthful you!

What to look forward to

There may be a bit of swelling, bruising, and pigmentation after the procedure, but all these should subside after a couple of days.


Avoid applying new products, harsh products, or exfoliating agents to your skin. Apply SPF every 4 hours and avoid exposing your skin to the sun, until it completely recovers