Vascular skin appears with age. It is the effect of skin aging, which becomes thinner with age and the shallow capillaries begin to be more visible. It is often accompanied by erythema, a burning sensation, itching and warming up. At the initial stage, the symptoms are transient, manifesting as so-called flashes, however, with time there are permanent changes in the skin with visible small, dilated capillaries and erythema.
The dilated capillaries should be treated, since rosacea, which is a difficult disease to treat, may develop on their basis.
Particularly susceptible are people with dry, thin and delicate skin, where lack of elasticity and weak capillaries run closer to the skin surface and are more visible. In addition, the problem often occurs in pregnant women and those who use hormonal contraceptives, as the body’s estrogen and progesterone reduce venous tone.
The skin with a tendency to dilated capillaries requires proper care and prevention to protect the skin against intensifying symptoms and the formation of new visible red threads.
WHEN TO USE OUR TREATMENTS:
When your skin is prone to a violent reaction to external stimuli manifested by redness around the cheeks, chin and nose under the influence of emotions, changes in ambient temperature, wind, sun, after eating spicy foods, hot drinks and alcohol. When the network of red threads is visible on the face.
EFFECTS OF OUR TREATMENTS:
30 – 60 mins
1. Pregnancy, breast-feeding, post-partum period
2. Cancer (ongoing chemotherapy or radiotherapy)
3. Hormonal treatment
– individual hormonal therapy
– infertility treatment
– thyroid disease treatment
– antibiotics (break between the last dose and the treatment is a minimum of 4 weeks)
– anticoagulants (blood thinners)
– retinoids (break between the last dose and the treatment is a minimum of 6 months)
5. Cosmetics with:
– vitamins A, C and E
– fruit acids
6. Herbal Remedies (stop use a week before treatment)
– St John’s Wort, calendula
– herbal slimming teas
– herbal antidepressants
– sun tanning
– sunbed (stop use 4 weeks before treatment)
– self – tanning creams (stop use 4 weeks before treatment)
8. Exfoliating products should be stopped a week before the procedure
9. Bleeding disorders
10. Untreated diabetes
11. History of keloids
13. Dermatological skin changes
– nevus (moles, beauty marks etc)
– photodermatoses (skin sensitivity to the sun)
– reticularis (mottled skin)
– vitiligo (relative contraindications)
14. Open wounds
15. Allergic skin reactions
16. Epilepsy (relative contraindication)
19. Alcohol (24 hours before and after)
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