Mole / skin tags removal

VascuTouch for the quick and easy removal of:

• Telangiectasia (couperose)
• Spider Veins
• Cherry Angiomas
• Skin Tags
• Vascular Blemishes

THE VASCUTOUCH PROVIDES AN INEXPENSIVE means to quickly and easily remove vascular lesions such as Telangiectasia (distended capillaries), cherry
angiomas, spider veins, and skin tags found on the face  and body. The VascuTouch yields superior results when compared to other electronic devices that commonly  cause scarring and hypo and hyperpigmentation. When compared to laser treatment, the VascuTouch produces similar results without the pain, bruising, or high treatment costs. The VascuTouch is an indispensible tool for  treating cosmetic vascular problems.

THE VASCUTOUCH IS A BETTER WAY TO REMOVE TELANGIECTASIA.

This quick and simple treatment will not cause scarring or hyperpigmentation. VascuTouch uses very low levels of Radio Frequency (RF) and DC  current simultaneously to electrocoagulate the vessel, without dessicating surrounding tissue. This treatment is  self-limiting and vessel specific, resulting in minimal skin reaction. Low treatment energy does not adversely affect  the dermis to cause scarring or any other major reaction.

HOW LONG DOES A VASCUTOUCH TREATMENT TAKE? Most blemishes are removed in  seconds. Depending on  the number of capillaries, most conditions can  be successfully and permanently corrected in  one or two 10–15 minute sessions.

IS SKIN PENETRATION BY A NEEDLE NECESSARY?

No! A non-invasive sterile probe is placed on  the skin surface above the vessel to be treated.  There is no pressure or penetration of the skin  during treatment.
HOW IS THE NON-INVASIVE PROCEDURE DONE?
The surface of the skin is cleansed and prepped. A fine tipped sterile probe
is placed on the surface of the skin. Low-level RF and DC current are passed through the probe  to the vessel. The tiny vessel is clotted or coagulated and blood stops flowing. With proper posttreatment care the vessel is naturally absorbed into the surrounding tissue. Typically within three to four weeks the vessel disappears.