In order to overcome traditional post-treatment effects, such as intense redness, skin burns, this professionally created hand extension produces light with a wavelength of 980 nm focused on a working diameter between 0.2 and 0.5 mm. This means that more energy reaches the targeted tissue, simultaneously avoiding damage (burns) to the surrounding tissue.
Laser removal of capillaries is effective in treating the following (indications):
- spider veins on the face and body
- venules and capillaries on the face and body
- removal of the capillaries resulting from illnesses such as rosacea and seborrheic dermatitis.
Laser therapy has an anti-inflammatory effect on vascular structures, thereby eliminating redness and skin peeling, at the same time eliminating capillaries\n\n
The Diode 980 nm laser system is successful in removing aesthetically unacceptable veins and capillaries, but cannot prevent the occurrence of new vein and capillary networks on the face or legs in clients with valvular incompetence.
Areas treated with the laser may become red and slightly swollen for several hours, but not longer than 2 days.
Sometimes, smaller skin areas may turn purple or blue, like bruising but this color disappears within a week.
The skin may be covered with makeup 24 hours after treatment.
Exposure to the sun is strictly prohibited within the next month, and the use of SPF 50 is required to prevent hyperpigmentation.
Conditions which may cause harmful consequences if treatment is undergone (contraindications).
Treatment for the laser removal of broken capillaries is PROHIBITED in case of the following cases:
- Malignant skin conditions,
- Taking photosensitive medication
- Use of anticoagulants and coagulopathy,
Relative contraindications for the laser removal of broken capillaries are the following:
- tanned skin (it is necessary to wait until the color fades),
- acute skin infection or herpes (it is necessary to wait until the condition heals),
- damaged and dry skin (wait until the skin has recovered),
- diseases triggered by the light such as epilepsy and lupus (in mild forms, treatment may be performed with the consent of a medical specialist),
- propensity to form keloid scars (a medical specialist should give the final consent as to whether the treatmen may or may not be performed),
- fragile blood vessels as in diabetes or alcoholism (laser treatment may be performed if a medical specialist determines a mild form of illness).