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Suffering with thread veins? IPL could be the solution for you.

Intense Pulsed Light can provide a long term solution to skin problems such as Rosacea, thread veins and red spots, with minimal downtime in just a few quick and easy treatments.

Targets with light

During the treatment light is applied in a series of pulses over the treatment area which is readily absorbed by blood vessels, heating them to a point where they are destroyed. Following treatment, the vessels clear as they are reabsorbed by the body, leaving little or no trace of the original lesion. Most red skin lesions including facial thread veins, rosacea and spider naevi can be treated with Intense Pulsed Light.

Thread Veins

Thread veins are often seen on the face, especially the cheeks and nose. They can be caused by excessive exposure to UV radiation but some people are simply more susceptible to them and they can be present from childhood. Facial telangiectasias usually respond well to IPL treatment.

Benefits

  • Get rid of unsightly thread veins
  • Only requires 1-3 treatments
  • See results quickly
  • Safe and pain free
  • Treats Campbell de Morgan spots, thread veins, broken capillaries and rosacea.
  • No down time – straight back to work
  • Fast, effective treatment

How many treatments will I need?

Typically 1-3 treatments are required at 2-3 week intervals.

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