VascuLyse at Vivacite MediSpa

VascuLyse

Who It’s For

VascuLyse 2G RF is a non-invasive technology that treats undesirable skin irregularities such as:

  • Spider Veins, Dilated Capillaries (telangiectasia)
  • Skin Tags (acrochordon)
  • Ruby Points (cherry angiomas)
  • Calcium Deposits (milia)
  • Cholesterol Deposits (xanthelasma)
  • Seborrheic Keratoses

VascuLyse 2G RF is a non-invasive technology that treats undesirable skin irregularities such as:

  • Spider Veins, Dilated Capillaries (telangiectasia)
  • Skin Tags (acrochordon)
  • Ruby Points (cherry angiomas)
  • Calcium Deposits (milia)
  • Cholesterol Deposits (xanthelasma)
  • Seborrheic Keratoses
The Benefits

The VascuLyse treatment is a simple and effective way to remove skin irregularities permanently. Once the area has been treated, the skin irregularity will not return to the affected area. The treatment is non-invasive without ever piercing the skin. VascuLyse removes embarrassing skin irregularities, often with just one treatment, but can take up to 3 treatments for some irregularities.

The treatment is quick and effective, with treatment sessions lasting between 5 and 15 minutes. Vasculyse 2G Thermo-coagulation treatment is:

  • Non-Invasive: Does not pierce the skin
  • Quick: most irregularities are removed in 1 to 3 sessions
  • Effective: permanent removal of irregularities
How it Works

The VascuLyse 2G RF produces a vibration that is perfectly targeted to remove the skin irregularity. The vibration of water molecules in the tissues attracts and repels charged particles in the tissues creating thermo-coagulation (clotting blood in the capillaries) making it simple to remove lesions effortlessly. Blemishes instantly disappear as the capillary vessels generate heat. You may see a small, temporary scab after treatment that encourages regeneration to the treated area. Thermo-coagulation treatment works best on hydrated skin, so drink plenty of water before treatment.

Understanding Skin Irregularities
What are Dilated Capillaries?

Dilated capillaries are when the capillary wall loses elasticity and become permanently enlarged.

What Causes Dilated Capillaries?
  • Hormones
  • Heredity
  • Medication
  • Climate
  • External skin aggravation

What are Skin Tags?

Skin tags are common. They are soft, small growths on the skins. They are harmless, but for most people, they are annoying. You will often find skin tags on your neck, armpits, and eyelids.

What Causes Skin Tags?
  • Age
  • Weight
  • Hormones

What are Calcium Deposits?

Calcium deposits are hard, cysts, filled with Keratin that form under the skin. They tend to develop when dead skin can’t be shed and is trapped just under the surface of your skin.

What Causes Calcium Deposits?
  • Blistering skin conditions or injuries
  • Burns
  • Long-term use of steroid creams
  • Chronic sun damage

What are Cholesterol Deposits?

Are yellowish looking patches around the eyelids that are fat deposits found underneath the skin. They are not painful or harmful, but can easily be removed.

What Causes Cholesterol Deposits?
  • Age
  • High-level of bad cholesterol and/or low levels of good cholesterol
  • Liver disease
  • Weight
  • Blood pressure
  • Smoking

What is Seborrheic Keratoses?

Seborrheic keratosis is a common skin growth (non-cancerous) that appear as a light tan, brown, or black growth on the face, shoulders, back, or chest.

What Causes Seborrheic Keratoses?

The cause isn’t exactly known, although they may be hereditary and tend to occur in older adults.

Before & After

Dilated Capillaries (telangiectasia)
Spider Veins  (telangiectasia)

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Ruby Points (cherry angiomas)
Skin Tags (acrochordon)

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Milia Removal
Seborrheic Keratosis

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Dilated Capillaries (telangiectasia)

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Spider Veins  (telangiectasia)

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Ruby Points (cherry angiomas)

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Skin Tags (acrochordon)

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Milia Removal

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Seborrheic Keratosis

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