Vascular lesions (telangiectasia, erythrose, angiomas, rosacea, small varicosity, diffuse redness) are due to blood vessels that become visible under the skin. The pulsed light is absorbed from a wavelength of 500nm by oxyhaemoglobin, the targeted chromophore in the treatment of vascular lesions. The light is converted into heat, which causes significant heating of the vessel walls and leads to their destruction by photocoagulation and thrombosis without damaging the surrounding tissue. After treatment, the target vessel is then naturally removed from the body leaving no trace.
Intense pulsed light is particularly effective on superficial vascular lesions like blotches, spider veins, redness, etc.
A short flash duration and high power allows protection and comfort for the skin.
Treatment time: 1 to 3 sessions are required at intervals of 1 to 2 weeks.
VR dual-band: 500 - 670 and 870 to 1200nm