Pulsed Light Treatment Of Spider Veins and Dark Spots
SharpLight’s non-invasive med-aesthetic therapies successfully treat a vast range of vascular and pigmented lesions, including telangiectasia, erythema, rosacea, broken capillaries, dyschromia, solar lentigo, mottled pigmentation, melasma and poikilormera, and are ideal for all skin types and all age groups.
The therapies target and apply light to the affected areas, which coagulates the blood vessel and breaks the pigmented lesion into tiny particles; these then disappear or rise to the surface of the skin as scabs, which are naturally exfoliated within one to two weeks.
Unlike alternatives, such as laser resurfacing and chemical peels, which often carry adverse side effects, pulsed light technology is a safe, effective, comfortable and fast way to treat lesions and restore skin to a cleaner and younger looking texture with no down time.
How does the treatment work on superficial blood vessels?
The applied pulsed light is absorbed by the oxyhemoglobin in the blood within the vessel, causing the blood to coagulate and 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 that are naturally exfoliated within one to two weeks
How many treatments are required?
Three to six treatments spaced 4 weeks apart with visible improvement after the first treatment
Is there any downtime?
The treatment require no downtime and clients can resume to their daily activities right after the treatment
Are pulsed-light treatments painful?
During the procedure, a slight, momentary stinging sensation may be felt, but not pain
Are pulsed-light treatments safe?
All pulsed-light treatments are non-invasive and safe and suitable for any skin type and age group