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Capillaries and Telangiectasia

Dealing with visible capillaries, vascular lesions, and telangiectasia can be challenging, but at Cres Wellness, we provide effective, non-invasive treatments to address these concerns. Our advanced techniques offer relief and aesthetic improvement, restoring the natural beauty of your skin.


Understanding Capillaries, Vascular Issues, and Telangiectasia

This section will delve into what causes visible capillaries, vascular lesions, and telangiectasia (commonly known as spider veins), their impact on skin health, and the reasons behind their development.


Visible capillaries, vascular lesions, and telangiectasia are caused by various factors:


Visible Capillaries: These are small blood vessels that become visible on the skin's surface. They can be caused by:

  • Aging: As skin ages, it becomes thinner and less elastic, making capillaries more visible.

  • Sun Exposure: UV rays can damage and dilate blood vessels, causing them to become more visible.

  • Genetics: Some people are genetically predisposed to having more visible capillaries.

  • Skin Conditions: Conditions like rosacea can cause visible capillaries, especially on the face.

  • Hormonal Changes: Pregnancy and menopause can increase the visibility of capillaries due to hormonal fluctuations.


Vascular Lesions: These are abnormal blood vessels in the skin and include birthmarks, spider veins, and hemangiomas. Causes include:

  • Genetic Factors: Many vascular lesions are present at birth or develop early in life, suggesting a genetic component.

  • Aging: The risk of developing certain types of vascular lesions increases with age.

  • Hormonal Changes: Pregnancy and birth control pills can contribute to the development of spider veins.

  • Sun Exposure: Can exacerbate certain types of vascular lesions.

  • Injury or Trauma: Sometimes, vascular lesions can form after an injury or as part of a healing process.


Telangiectasia: These are small, widened blood vessels on the skin. Causes include:

  • Genetic Conditions: Some genetic disorders like hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT) cause telangiectasia.

  • Liver Disease: Chronic liver conditions can lead to the development of spider veins and telangiectasia.

  • Rosacea: This skin condition is a common cause of facial telangiectasia.

  • Autoimmune Disorders: Conditions like scleroderma or lupus can cause telangiectasia.

  • Radiation and Chemotherapy: These cancer treatments can cause telangiectasia as a side effect.



Neo-Esthetics Treatments at Cres

  1. 🔍M22 Photon Treatment: The latest Photon Skin Rejuvenation Treatment using Advanced Optimal Pulse Technology, is able to penetrate skin tissues and create controlled destruction to the imperfections, such as capilaries, telangiectasia, pigments and veins, while leaving the surrounding healthy skin and vessels unaffected.


Why Choose Cres for Vascular Skin Treatment?

  • Expertise in Vascular Skin Concerns: Our team has extensive experience in treating a range of vascular skin issues using the latest non-invasive technologies.

  • Personalized Care: We understand that each case is unique, and we tailor our treatments to meet your specific needs.

  • Focus on Safety and Comfort: Our state-of-the-art treatments are designed to maximize comfort and safety, ensuring a positive and effective treatment experience.


Lifestyle Tips and Preventative Measures

We believe in a holistic approach to skin health. This section provides tips on protecting your skin from factors that can exacerbate vascular issues, such as sun exposure, extreme temperatures, and certain lifestyle habits.


Say goodbye to visible capillaries, vascular lesions, and telangiectasia with Cres Wellness's advanced, non-invasive treatments. Regain confidence in your skin's appearance with our expertly tailored solutions. Book your consultation today and discover the path to clearer, more beautiful skin.


Ready to address your vascular skin concerns? Contact Cres Wellness now for a personalized treatment plan.

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