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Capillary Therapy


Capillary Therapy

Capillary Therapy


Capillaries, thin vessels of the diameter of the growth, expansion and appearance of the skin surface as a thin line is seen. Although often seen in the face and legs can settle in any area of the body. It is very common in society and usually occurs in light-skinned people.

Capillary Causes

Percent; sensitive skin structure, damage to sunlight, rosacea disease, metabolic and rheumatic diseases, excessive estrogen, alcohol, chronic cortisone use, trauma or genetic diseases and may be due to nose surgery.

In the legs, the blood in the legs of the veins can not be taken to the heart effectively and occurs by the effect of gravity, especially the blood in the legs pond. Structurally more common in women. Increased heat increases prolonged capillary formation.

Why should capillaries be treated?

If the capillaries are not treated, they will not pass spontaneously. Capillaries on the face can cause skin tenderness and red spots. Capillaries in the legs may cause pain.

Treatment of capillaries with radiofrequency

The radiofrequency energy targets the capillary and is energized. The resulting heat destroys the vein and the residue of the vein is excreted by the body.

How many sessions does capillary treatment with radiofrequency take?

The number of sessions and results of capillary treatment vary depending on the thickness, location and cause of the capillary treatment. Spiderangioma (spider me) called capillary treatments usually results in one or two sessions immediately. Capillary treatments commonly seen on the face require at least 3-4 sessions. Session intervals should be 1 month in capillary treatments.

What are the side effects of capillary treatment with radiofrequency?

After capillary treatment with radiofrequency, there is a slight slight pinkness and edema on the face. It generally passes during the day.