Removal of Small Veins and Skin Pigmentation


A high-power laser with a unique system of dynamic cooling is intended for the treatment of surface pigmentation - some types of sun and age spots, freckles, birthmarks of the café-au-lait type, further the removal of foreign pigments (amateur, professional and post-traumatic tattoos), permanent makeup, to lighten dark pigmented scars, etc. The treatment can be performed anywhere on the body.

Before the treatment, any makeup on the skin is removed. The doctor disinfects it gently. On the thus-cleansed skin the terminal part of the laser is placed that produces a very powerful, focused beam of light, which specifically intervenes only the pigment of the nidus we want to remove. Here the laser beam disintegrates the pigments in microscopic parts that are gradually eliminated by the organism. The medical laser treatment is performed in several sessions according to the type of defect we want to remove, its scope, depth, color, quantity, nature, type of pigment and skin, genetic predisposition, age, degree of affectation and the like. However, even repeated treatments may sometimes only result in partial success.

"Healing is individual, sometimes a slight redness is seen, but usually the nidus stains darker, sometimes blisters and small crusts can be formed which must be allowed to detach spontaneously; they should never be torn off prematurely. It is a sign of the destruction of the removed pigment.

During laser therapy, thus also during the healing process, don't expose the treated area of ??the body to sunlight and use only a product with a sun protection filter of 25-50+ as recommended by the doctor. Clients prone to pigmentation should stick to the foregoing directions permanently irrespective of laser intervention. Don't compress and scratch the treated area; don't tear the incidental blisters or crusts off. Treat the place according to the directions of the doctor and wait until they eliminate themselves spontaneously; they should never be torn off prematurely.


Vascular Damage

Treatment of vascular skin disorders such as:

enlarged ("cracked") catheters on the face, legs, small hemangiomas, spider veins, fire, etc. Further, e.g. the treatment of warts, scar correction, etc.


The laser produces a very powerful, precisely-focused beam of light which specifically affects only the catheters of the nidus we want to remove. This medical treatment is performed in several sessions according to the type of defect we want to remove, its scope, depth, color, quantity, nature, type of catheters and skin, genetic predisposition, age, degree of affectation and the like. However, even repeated treatments may sometimes only result in partial success. Optimal performance is carried out on the most lightest skin possible to achieve the greatest effect and to avoid adverse effects.

Healing is per the individual, only a slight momentary redness or swelling is visible. In some cases (regularly in the treatment of blood vessels on the legs), the treated area turns darker. Rarely blisters and crusts can develop which must be allowed to detach spontaneously; they should never be torn off prematurely. During laser therapy, thus also during the healing process, don't expose the treated area of ??the body to sunlight and use only a product with a sun protection filter of 25-50+ as recommended by the doctor.

Clients prone to pigmentation should stick to the foregoing directions permanently irrespective of laser intervention. After the procedure, products recommended by the doctor should be applied to the treated area. Do not wear rough, tight, irritating clothing before complete healing occurs. Don't compress and scratch the treated area; don't tear the incidental blisters or crusts off. Treat the place according to the directions of the doctor and wait until they eliminate themselves spontaneously; they should never be torn off prematurely.


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