Vascular & Pigmented Lesion Cost
Vascular & Pigmented Lesion Treatment
Pulsed light treatment of vascular and pigmented lesions is rapidly becoming the therapy choice for people seeking a cleaner, younger and fresher skin texture look.
Sharplight's system effectively treats a range of vascular lesions; telangiectasia, erythema, rosacea and broken capillaries by efficiently coagulationg and eliminating small blood vessels. Pulsed-light has also been proven an effective, safe, reliable and fast treatment for a range of superficial pigmented lesions; dyschromia, solar lentigo, mottled pigmentation and melasma. Treatment requires no down time.
The following are some of the main advantages of SharpLight’s treatments of vascular and pigmented lesions:
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Laser IPL For Everyone?
Julia's Electrolysis & Laser only works on skin types I-V. To determine the skin type of an individual Julia refers to The Fitzpatrick Scale.
How does the treatment work on superficial blood vessels?
The applied pulse light is absorbed by the ochemoglobin in the blood within the vessel, causing the blood within the vessel to break up into particles that are naturally filtered away through the lymphatic system of the body
How does the treatment work on pigmented lesions?
Targeted areas absorb the applied light, breaking the pigmented lesion into tiny particles which then disappear or rise to the surface of the skin as scabs they are naturally exfoliated within 1-2 weeks.
How many treatments are required?
The typical regimen is an average of three to six treatment sessions, spaced 4 weeks apart