Vascular Lesions

Vascular lesions are common abnormalities of the skin and underlying tissues, leaving pigmentation on the body also known as birthmarks.

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What are vascular lesions?

Vascular lesions are the result of numerous or large vessels that form directly underneath the skin. These lesions occur in many sizes, shapes and can be found all over the face and body. 

Vascular Lesion Causes

Although the causes of vascular lesions are unknown, scientists believe that they are most often a result of clusters of blood vessel growths developed at birth but may not have a noticeable appearance for weeks and sometimes years. 

For this concern, you can use one of our standalone or combined in a personalised treatment plan procedures:


– Healite II LED Light

– Chemical Peels

And others depending on the skin state and are of concern. Please bear in mind that finalised treatment plan can be chosen only after face-to-face assessment for the best result.

How we can help

We treat these indications with Laser therapy, for an effective treatment to remove pigment from the skin, such as lesions. Flawless skin can be achieved in seconds with minimal invasion and without the need for injections. More complex lesions should be examined first and treated by a suitably qualified medical professional, so you may wish to speak to your GP about them first.

Patients that experience irritation, and discomfort and want to get rid of bumps on their skin can opt for treatment.

  • Laser therapy is a non-invasive treatment for vascular lesions and is safe for all (including children and young adults).
  • Several vessels can be targeted in one flash of light.

In clinical studies, 80% of patients had a greater than 50% reduction in the number of vessels.

How to prevent vascular lesions

Since vascular lesions are sometimes a genetic predisposition, their prevention is very limited. There are a few ways to control it, which are:

  • Make healthy lifestyle changes, such as eating a heart-healthy diet and getting more exercise.
  • Don’t smoke. … 
  • Keep your blood pressure and cholesterol in check.
  • If you have diabetes, control your blood sugar.
  • Try not to sit or stand for long periods of time.

Treatments for Vascular Lesions

skin booster injections

Skin Boosters

For intense skin hydration, skin laxity, all-round glow and suppleness, look no further than our injectable skin boosters (mesotherapy).

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glutathione injections

Glutathione Injection

Bring instant hydration, a boost of healthy vitamins/nutrients and a touch of brightness to your complexion with our range of IM Booster Shots.

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Laser Toning

SPECTRA XT is the only Laser on the market FDA cleared to treat melasma. This treatment offers many benefits over traditional resurfacing methods.

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Fractional Microneedling RF

Many patients want to look younger. With age, the quality and elasticity of the skin deteriorate, creating fine lines and wrinkles,

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IPL Skin Rejuvenation

IPL skin rejuvenation is a non-invasive skincare procedure that uses high-powered pulses of light to improve the appearance of the skin.

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Healite II Led Light

Add radiance and rejuvenation to your skin with an LED treatment. It is a gentle alternative to chemical peels for those who have very sensitive skin.

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Medical Camouflage

Effectively cover up scars, stretch marks, and other skin imperfection using medical grade tattoo inking techniques.

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Treatment for vascular lesion is not painful, but you might feel a slight tingling or warm sensation.

As with any treatment there is a chance of side effects or risks, however our aestheticians and doctors are fully qualified to minimise any complications during or after treatment.

Anti wrinkle injections are safe when performed by an experienced professional. An expert can accurately target the muscles causing the wrinkles without moving to other areas. So, it is advisable to seek the help of a professional when undergoing an anti wrinkle injection treatment.

Yes, depending on their location and the type of lesion, there is a possibility of reoccurrence. During your initial consultation, our aesthetician or doctor will prepare the best treatment plan for you to fully manage your expectations.

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