Vasculyse 2G Thermocoagulation

Vasculyse 2G Thermocoagulation

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Vasculyse 2G RF Thermocoagulation

The Vasculyse 2G offers a non-invasive, safe, quick, and effective treatment for the removal of skin irregularities such as Milia (Whiteheads), Skin Tags
(Acrochordon), Telangiectasia (Spider Angioma, Spider Veins, Cherry Angiomas/RubyPoints) and Benign Moles.

Vasculyse 2G technology uses the principle of Thermocoagulation that introduces a mild current to induce coagulation while removing unwanted skin irregularities. The low current passes through a disposable and sterile stylus tip that is applied directly to the target area, not piercing the skin.

This Health Canada approved procedure does not leave any scars or marks on the sur-face of the skin, is suitable for all skin types, all ethnicities and for both females and males. Final results are usually achieved within 3 to 21 days


Skin tags are small, benign (noncancerous) flesh-colored skin growths. They often look like a cluster of skin tissue extending out from a tiny stem and can occur anywhere on the body. They most often occur in areas where there is skin folding, such as the neck and armpits.

Spider Angioma

Telangiectasias are small blood vessels that sit near the skin’s surface and widen and create visible patterns of lines. People often refer to them as spider veins. Telangiectasias may occur anywhere on the body or face

Broken capillaries ( Telangiectasia / Spider veins)

Telangiectases are common in areas that are easily seen (such as the lips, nose, eyes, fingers, and cheeks). They can cause discomfort, and some people find them unattractive. Many people choose to have them removed. Removal is done by causing damage to the vessel and forcing it to collapse or scar. This reduces the appearance of the red marks or patterns on the skin.

Cherry Angiomas

Cherry Angiomas / Ruby Points are small clusters of capillaries at the surface of the skin that form a small round dome, orpapule, which is often flat topped. The color typically ranges from bright red to purple. When they first begin to appear, they are almost flat and appear as small red dots. These dots can grow over time up to a centimeter or more in some cases. Larger cherry angiomas may be thick and raised and can grow on all parts of the body.

All of the skin irregularities listed are not harmful but they can be aggravated by clothing rubbing on them and many people like them removed for the cosmetic value.
Vasculyse 2G is safe, effective and non-invasive. It is a relatively painless procedure that is usually described as a tingly feeling. Most irregularities can be resolved within one and three sessions.


Milia are small white bumps that appear on the skin. They’re usually grouped together on the nose, cheeks, and chin, though they may appear elsewhere. They develop when skin flakes become trapped under the surface of the skin.

Pre-/ Post Treatment

  • Avoid sun exposure for 1 to 3 weeks prior to treatment and use SPF 30 with zinc oxide daily to ensure coverage against UVA and UVB rays.
  • Do not use self tanning products for 1 to 3 weeks prior to and/or post treatment
  • Discontinue use of Tretinoin type products (Renova, Tretinoin, Retin A, Retin A Micro, Tri-Luma, Solage, etc.) at least 3 days prior to treatment.
  • Discontinue use of Hydroquinone 3 days prior to treatment
  • Notify the clinic if you develop a cold sore, acne, open lesions in the area being treated, or experience any type of illness prior to your treatment.
  • Avoid, if possible, ibuprofen, and non steroidal anti-inflammatory for 3 days prior to and/ or post treatment.
  • Ensure skin is well hydrated at time of treatment for best results.

After your treatment

  • Do not touch or manipulate the treated area for at least 24 hours following treatment. After 24 hours clean the treated area very gently with fingers and a mild facial cleanser.
  • Do not use a facecloth, facial brush or sponge on treated areas.
  • To limit the risk of hyper pigmentation use a sunscreen with zinc oxide and avoid sun exposure, including tanning salons for a minimum of 4 weeks.
  • Apply a cold compress if the area feels hot. Do not use ice.
  • After the 24 hour period, apply a medicated preparation such as polysporin or Neosporin twice daily to the affected area, for 2 days only.
  • Following treatment, do not drink alcohol for 24 hours.
  • Following treatment, do not take aspirin or similar medication for 48 hours.
  • Following treatment, avoid saunas, hot showers, and vigorous exercise for 48 hours.