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Vbeam® Laser

Age. Gravity. Genetics.

Time aside, there are countless factors aging our appearance. At CosmetiCare, our mission is to share the best treatment solutions so you can always Love the Way You Look™.

  • Do you suffer from redness, rosacea, birthmarks, or other skin issues?
  • Looking for a solution to treat spider veins?
  • Have you had surgery and are looking to lighten your scarring?

Eliminate Unwanted Skin Issues

The Vbeam laser, or vascular laser, is a specialized treatment device crafted to treat dilated blood vessels that are present in patients with rosacea or those experiencing general redness issues. Like most other facial lasers, the Vbeam can be effectively used to remedy a whole host of skin issues, with redness as its primary target. The pulsed-dye laser (PDL) design of the Vbeam is a reliable and relatively easy way to correct problems associated with the networks of blood vessels within the skin tissue and is also great to treat surgical scarring.

Procedure At-A-Glance

Procedure

Non-Surgical, In-Office

Healing Downtime

24 hours to 2 weeks

Optimum Results

3-5 treatments

Provider Specialty

Am I A Candidate for Vbeam®?

The ideal patient for Vbeam®

  • has fair to medium skin tone
  • no sun tan
  • wants to treat rosacea, redness, red birthmarks, spider veins, dilated facial blood vessels, new pink stretch marks, or surgical scarring

What You Need To Know About Vbeam®

The Vbeam® laser is considered a very safe and non-invasive way to treat blood vessel and capillary issues. The pulsation of the laser is relatively painless, however mild discomfort can be felt due to the alternating sensations of hotness and coldness as the beam hits the skin. It requires no local anesthetics, however cool air is typically blown on the face during a treatment to maximize comfort levels.

The Vbeam® is a great option for anyone experiencing issues with redness, blotchiness, rosacea, birthmarks, or other undesired variations in pigmentation. There are no scars or blisters caused by the treatment, however mild swelling, soreness, and redness can occur immediately following the procedure. These symptoms typically subside within a couple of days.

Bruising is another sometimes common side effect of the Vbeam® and is fairly normal in instances where the process is done on highly concentrated treatment areas such as birthmarks. These bruises will usually heal within a day or two and are generally easy for the technician to predict in advance.

Multiple Vbeam® treatments are often necessary to achieve optimal results. Patients can also easily combine other facial or other cosmetic enhancement treatments with their Vbeam® procedure.

Five-Star Results From Award-Winning MedSpa

CosmetiCare is one of the most recognized names in aesthetic services throughout the nation. With a carefully selected team of award-winning practitioners and more than 100,000 stories of transformation for over 35 years, we are committed to helping you Love the Way You Look.

Real-Patient Results

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“Shout out to beautiful RN Tannaz Razavi for the exceptional skills I’ve experienced on only my second visit with her today! Not only is she super easy to relay your concerns, but her down-to-earth demeanor takes any nervousness or hesitations one may feel getting any work done !”

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the V-Beam Laser?

The V-Beam laser, or vascular laser, is a specialized treatment device crafted to treat dilated blood vessels that are present in patients with rosacea or those experiencing general redness issues. Like most other facial lasers, the V-Beam can be effectively used to remedy a whole host of skin maladies, with redness as its primary target. The pulsed-dye laser (PDL) design of the V-Beam is a reliable and relatively easy way to correct problems associated with the networks of blood vessels within the skin tissue.

The ability to colorfully distort the light waves of the V-Beam laser allows technicians to have optimized control and precision during a procedure. The laser wand is placed on the areas of concern and specified dyes are used to break down disrupted blood vessels that are the cause of redness and rosacea. Essentially, the previously defunct blood vessels are made to permanently retire via the beam and your body does the rest of the work by eliminating them from your skin tissue.

It’s important to note that the dyes used are not actually entering the skin tissue. They are simply there as a method for changing lightwave patterns. Patterns change, targeted blood vessels react, and your skin ends up looking evenly toned and without redness or blotchiness. As a whole, the V-Beam laser is an ingenious concept with tried and true results that doctors have trusted for years.

Is It Right for Me and What Can I Expect During a V-Beam Laser Treatment?

The V-Beam laser is considered a very safe and non-invasive way to treat blood vessel and capillary issues. The pulsation of the laser is relatively painless, however mild discomfort can be felt due to the alternating sensations of hotness and coldness as the beam hits the skin. It requires no local anesthetics, however cool air is typically blown on the face during a treatment to maximize comfort levels.

The V-Beam is a great option for anyone experiencing issues with redness, blotchiness, rosacea, birthmarks, or other undesired variations in pigmentation. There are no scars or blisters caused by the treatment, however mild swelling, soreness, and redness can occur immediately following the procedure. These symptoms typically subside within a couple of days.

Bruising is another sometimes common side effect of the V-Beam and is fairly normal in instances where the process is done on highly concentrated treatment areas such as birthmarks. These bruises will usually heal within a day or two and are generally easy for the technician to predict in advance.

Multiple V-Beam treatments are often necessary to achieve optimal results. Patients can also easily combine other facial or other cosmetic enhancement treatments with their V-Beam procedure. You should always consult with a licensed professional in order to properly devise a treatment plan that’s right for you.

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