Free your skin from redness or any vascular lesions
Vascular malformations (or lesions) are a result of venous hypertension within underlying varicose veins and blood flow abnormalities within the reticular veins. These vascular lesions can vary in size, depth, blood vessel concentration, or origin, which requires different technological solutions.
Varicose veins and spider veins are common problems faced by many people around the world. The good news is that most cases of these venous conditions are benign and treatment is possible for some patients with these venous conditions.
Port-wine stains are the most common venous disease, which is caused by a raised pressure in the legs caused by excess weight, pregnancy, or obesity. Spider veins are also caused by the same condition; however, the spider vein is visible only when the vein is twisted unusually.
Infantile Hemangiomas occur in newborns and are similar to adult hemangiomas except that they are more frequent in babies. Infantile hemangiomas are more common than adult hemangiomas in part due to the younger age at which they occur.
Rosacea is another chronic facial skin condition that causes noticeable redness, swelling, and itchiness, as well as small, capillaries, small finger-like red dots called capillaries, surrounded by a thin red line on the skin. This condition is sometimes accompanied by small red bumps called rosacea papules that are slightly smaller than capillaries. The exact relationship between rosacea and the development of capillaries or the vessels of blood in the skin is not known. However, it is considered possible that the link is through the presence of spider veins in some cases since rosacea can lead to the formation of spider veins.
What is the Process?
Viora’s Technologies represent a wide range of solutions for vascular lesions and therefore they can be highly specialized to address your specific vascular conditions, according to the lesion type, size, and depth you want to remove.
Tips for Vascular Clearance:
For facial vascular lesions such as Roccasea, reduce the use of coffee, consumption of alcoholic beverages, extreme temperatures (hot or cold), fatty foods, harsh winds, extra hot drinks, spicy foods, stress, and anxiety.
Regular exercise encourages better blood circulation in the legs, which helps to push along the blood that has collected in the veins. Exercise also helps to lower a person’s blood pressure, which is another contributing factor to varicose veins
Compression stockings are available from most pharmacies and can help by applying pressure to the legs. This aids the muscles and veins to move blood toward the heart.
Potassium-high foods, such as almonds and pistachio nuts, can help varicose veins by reducing water retention in the body. Salty or sodium-rich foods can cause the body to retain water, so cutting down on salty food can minimize water retention. Foods high in potassium can help to reduce water retention.
Avoid sitting for long periods of time – this will reduce the reappearance of leg blood vessels
Can I get treatment for both facial and body vascular lesions?
Due to different depth penetrations of Viora’s advanced devices, both facial and body lesions can be treated.
Does any topical anesthesia is required to prevent pain?
Due to Proprietary PCR™ Technology and advanced contact cooling, the treatment is well-tolerated, no topical anesthesia is required.