Capillaries are known as enlarged and close to the surface. Rosacea (wine stains) are congenital spots. It can occur anywhere on the body but is most common on the face and legs.
What are the capillary vascular types?
There are two types of capillary vascular; first, the light one is the Naevus Simplex and it is some small red or pink patches that usually are located o the back of the neck or on the eyebrows. Second, the port-wine stains and are less common than the Naevus Simplex and they are purple, red, or dark red patches, large and flat with defined borders.
What is the capillary vascular treatment?
The capillary vascular is treated by a yellow laser. The doctor will put the yellow laser inside the blood vessels and heat it to make it burst. This treatment is generally performed under general anesthesia or using a cream depending on your situation. The capillary vascular treatment may take a few sessions but sometimes it cannot make the pink color disappear completely.
Are there any risks or side effects of capillary vascular treatment?
After the capillary vascular treatment the pink color may turn into purple with light bruising but it vanishes after.
How long does the treatment last?
Capillary treatments vary between 2-6 sessions depending on the person’s problem.
What should be considered after the application?
After the treatment, sun exposure should be avoided and sun protection cream should be used regularly.
For the treatment performed on the legs, it is also recommended that the person rest during that day.