Vasculyse

Eliminate skin imperfections such as:

  • Dermatosis Papulosa
  • Spider Angioma
  • Pigmented Keratosis
  • Ruby Points
  • Milia
  • Skin Tags

Post-Care Instructions

Do not wash treated areas for at least 24 hours: Treated areas may open and cause Do not wash treated areas for at least 24 hours: Treated areas may open and cause 
capillary bleeding if the skin is stretched or rubbed.

Tiny scabs appear 1 to 3 days after treatment. These scabs will fall off within
15-28 days. To avoid infection and scarring, DO NOT PICK OR REMOVE EXFOLIATING 
SKIN. Removal of scabs can cause red marks, which can take several months to 
disappear.

When washing, cleanse area very gently with skin cleanser. Do not use a face cloth, 
facial brush, or sponges.

For 24 hours following the treatment, cold compresses may be applied to treated 
areas. Do not put ice directly onto the skin.

Do not take aspirin for 48 hours following the treatment.

Sunscreen must be used every day to avoid hyperpigmentation.

After the procedure, avoid any exposure to the sun for at least one week. This 
includes tanning salons.

Avoid sauna, whirlpool, swimming pool, hot water, or treatments that dilate 
capillaries or create facial redness for 48 hours.

Refrain from strenuous activities and exercises for 48 hours following treatment. 
An increase in blood flow may rupture the treated capillary and cause treatment 
failure.

Prevention of new vascular blemishes (spider angioma and telangiectasia) will be 
aided if you avoid the following vasodilators: (1) Avoid alcohol (2) Avoid spicy 
and hot foods (3) Avoid direct sun exposure --- USE SPF 30.