A Port Wine Stain (or capillary vascular malformation) usually presents as a large flat patch of pink, red or purple skin with well-defined borders. At birth, the surface of the port wine stain is flat, but in time it may become thickened and darker in colour. The face is most commonly affected although they can occur anywhere on the body.
Facial lesions tend to respond best to IPL treatment, while lesions on the hands and limbs are more difficult to treat.
Complete clearance is generally only seen in approximately 10% of cases, 70% will see a degree of fading, and 20% of clients will see very little improvement.
During your consultation we ask a series of questions to help determine if laser treatments are suitable for you. We will then discus the best treatment options available to get your desired results. We then perform a patch test to allow your practitioner to determine your laser parameters and also indicate any possible adverse reactions. Our patch tests are always free and we always test every area of your body that requires treatment.Find out more
We can provide a long term solution to facial problems such as red flushing (Rosacea), thread veins and red spots in just a few quick and easy treatments.Find out more
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