It is a safe, non-invasive, effective treatment for embarrassing skin blemishes. It is a means to quickly and easily remove vascular lesions such as Telangiectasia (dialated capillaries), cherry angiomas, spider veins, skin tags, and vascular blemishes found on the face and body.. This simple treatment will not cause scarring or hyperpigmentation. It uses low level energy (RF) and DC (galvanic) current simultaneously to coagulate the capillary without desiccating surrounding tissue. This low energy does not adversely affect the dermis to cause scarring, resulting in minimal skin reaction.
The techniques of removing the enlarged capillaries are different depending on the location and the nature of the blood vessels. In most cases a number of treatments are necessary at various times in order to get the desired results.
Electrocoagulation is the removal of dilated capillaries by coagulating blood (the transformation of fluids into solid matter) using heat produced by an electric current, a mild current to induce coagulation within the distended capillary. The distended capillaries are absorbs and eliminated by the body.
Consultations are always free and required before any treatment is booked. Prices are as follows yet can be discounted fairly when treating multiple areas.
Electrocoagulation 30 mins $55
Electrocoagulation 45 mins $80
Electrocoagulation 60 mins $115
Broken Capillaries (Telangiectasia)
Broken capillaries are tiny dilated blood vessels that are visible through the skin. Most common ones are found on the cheeks, nose and chest.
Are bright red vascular blemishes which lie under the surface of the skin. They are dome shaped or slightly raised. Most common on the body.
Spider & Cherry Angiomas
Is a combination of a Ruby Point and a single dilated capillary.
Is a small benign growth of skin that protrudes from the surrounding skin. Skin tags may vary in appearance. They are often raised from the skin, flesh colored and slightly brownish. Most common on the eye lids, neck, armpits, upper chest, under breast and groan area.