Excel V Laser System Targets Varicose Veins, Rosacea

by Mia Hepburn

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New from Cutera, one of the world’s leaders in laser aesthetics, is the Excel V laser system for all skin tones. Skin problems often appear as broken blood vessels, causing excessive redness and flushing. The Excel V treats these vascular conditions by using an exclusive, powerful green laser which is absorbed by the skin’s abnormal blood vessels. The laser works by heating those abnormal vessels, thus causing the vein walls to cave in and close. With time, the blood vessels will disappear—though some patients will require several treatments to achieve the desired results.

What Conditions Does the Excel V Treat?

The Excel V laser system treats a multitude of vascular conditions, including:

  • Cherry angiomas
  • Enlarged pores
  • Facial telangiectasia
  • Port wine stains
  • Redness
  • Rosacea
  • Scars
  • Spider veins
  • Varicose veins

What Are the Benefits of Treatment With Excel V?

There are many benefits of using the Excel V for vascular conditions, including:

  • Works on all skin tones
  • Sessions are short, lasting roughly 15-30 minutes
  • No injections or topical anesthesia is needed
  • Little or no discomfort during the procedure – a stinging sensation is common, but Excel V’s built-in cooling mechanism helps relieve that
  • Minor side effects, if any - slight reddening, swelling, bruising, and in rare cases, blistering, sometimes occur
  • Most people see complete improvement within two to six weeks of treatment

Cutera’s Excel V laser system has been clinically proven to treat a wide variety of vascular issues, including port wine stains, rosacea, scarring, spider veins, and varicose veins. The procedure is relatively quick and painless, and there is no downtime required. To get more information about the skin treatments, or to schedule a free consultation with a specialist near you, contact us today!

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