Some patients will respond better then others and the number of treatments of each vessel may depend on the color, size and depth of the vessel as well as the amount of activity the patient understates post-treatment. Vessels treated on the legs have a higher tendency to resurface, as the blood pressure tends to be higher.
After treatment, a rust-colored staining of adjacent skin tissue, called hemosiderin, may appear from the breakdown of hemoglobin and tends to subside over the course of a few weeks or months. Crusting, scabbing and temporary spot hypo pigmentation will sometimes occur at the treatment site.
You should expect one (1) to three (3) treatments in three (3) to four (4) week intervals. Tap the booking button to schedule your free consultation today.