Vascular and Pigmented Lesions
Are You Affected by Vascular or Pigmented Lesions?
Every day, millions of Americans are affected by pigmented lesions, which can result from sun exposure, natural aging, and various other reasons. A pigmented lesion can be as simple as a mole or a patch of skin that becomes darker than the surrounding area over time. Vascular lesions are patches of blood vessels that have become visible under the skin- they are akin to spider veins. Vascular lesions usually appear on your face, neck, hands, and chest.
Rejuvenation RX, LLC, Can Help Lessen the Appearance of Lesions
Besides sun exposure and natural aging, pigmented and vascular lesions can develop as a result of other factors, including:
- Port-Wine Skin Stains (Telangiectasia)
- Naturally Heavy Melanin Production
At Rejuvenation RX, LLC, I use our Cynosure Palomar Icon Laser to apply IPL (intense pulse light) treatments to the affected areas in order to reduce or remove the pigmented or vascular lesions. Small bursts of intense light reduces the vascular or pigment cluster, banishing the cause of the skin blemish. In cases involving telangiectasia, also known as port-wine stains, short laser blasts scatter the heavily pigmented cells under the skin to treat the stain on your skin.
I want to help you enhance your natural beauty. Sometimes, removing a small vascular or pigmented lesion can be all that is needed for you to see the difference. For more information about the treatments I provide for pigmented and vascular lesions, as well as other services offered by Rejuvenation RX, LLC, call 915.351.3799.