Laser removal of blood vessels

What are the effects of the treatment?

A vascular laser with wavelengths of 532nm and 1064nm, designed with input from leading physicians, provides the power, precision and action to safely and effectively treat a wide range of pigmentation and vascular diseases. Using two clinically proven wavelengths, a large spot size of up to 16 mm and high energy levels, it can effectively level skin problems:


– vascular lesions, telangiectasia of the skin of the face and body (vascular spider veins)
– varicose veins of the lower extremities (III CEAP)
– flat angiomas (pink, red purple)
– erythema and diffuse redness
– skin discoloration and pigmented lesions
– uneven skin texture
– viral warts

Who is the treatment intended for?

The laser uses innovative cooling technology for maximum patient comfort during the procedure. Such a technologically advanced therapeutic tool allows us to provide almost painless, effective and safe treatment of problems previously considered to be very problematic – such as: all capillaries, hemangiomas, varicose veins.

What does the procedure involve?

The laser treatment is relatively short – depending on the nature of the lesion and its size, it lasts from a few to several minutes. The treatment is preceded by a thorough cleansing, degreasing of the skin and application of a treatment gel. A system is used to cool the patient’s skin during the entire treatment procedure. This is in order to reduce to a minimum any possible sensations accompanying the procedure being performed. After the session, a suitable soothing and protective cream is applied to the skin.

How will you feel after the treatment?

Continuous cooling before, during and after each laser pulse minimizes the risk of complications and shortens the recovery period. After the procedure, there may be a slight swelling and erythema that lasts up to several hours. After treatment, it is necessary to use a sunscreen with SPF 50. You should also avoid treatments that cause vasodilation, such as sauna, infrared, for 4 weeks.

Contraindications and side effects

Any medical procedure, including aesthetics, is fraught with the risk of side effects due to its invasiveness. The safety and comfort of the patient is our priority, so we make every effort to minimize risks at every step and immediately and professionally counteract possible complications. Exact information about each procedure, its course, preparation and possible side effects, is discussed at the consultation appointment preceding the procedure.


The main contraindications are:


– pregnancy
– recent tanning (3 weeks)
– photosensitizing drugs (retinoids, tetracyclines)
– herbs (St. John’s wort, calendula, stop using 2-3 weeks before treatment)
– consumption of alcohol on the day of treatment
– vitiligo (relative contraindication)
– psoriasis (relative contraindication)
– tendency to the formation of scars (keloids)

How often should the treatment be repeated?

The effects of the treatment are visible after the first treatment. Depending on the extent of the lesions and the area of the body, it may be necessary to perform a series of treatments – usually several at monthly intervals.


The effects are permanent, but the therapy does not abolish the predisposition to the formation of new varicose veins or, for example, post-sun vascular lesions.