Annoyed with those unattractive red dots on your skin? We can remove blood spots and blemishes quickly and easily with blemish removal treatments at CoLaz.
Blood spots, also known as cherry angioma, are clusters of blood vessels that show up to blemish the surface of the skin. The telltale little red spots can affect anyone as young as 20, but most commonly appear as soon as middle age hits and continue to increase in number.
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Blood spots on the skin are common and they can affect individuals of any age. They're little round red or purple dots that can be found all over the body. Although these red spots on the skin are harmless and painless, their bright color makes them glaringly obvious, especially when they appear on exposed areas such as the neck or arms.
Because of blood spots, men often feel the need to keep their shirt on at the beach and ladies feel self-conscious about wearing tank tops or strapless gowns. Also known as Campbell De Morgan Spots, blood spots appear on all skin types: White, Asian, and Black. They come in all different sizes and can be raised, flat, small, or big.
CoLaz offers two amazing ways of removing blood spots effectively:
Our advanced electrolysis is a non-surgical treatment that offers a quick, easy, and safe method to get rid of blood spots. First, our expert therapists apply an anesthetic cream to the area around the blood spot.
Then she inserts a tiny probe that sends an electrical current (High Frequency A/C) into the lesion. This causes the blood vessels to dry up, and the spot will then diminish or disappear.
Most sessions are less than 15 minutes, although this span of time will vary depending on the number and size of the spots. Sometimes, additional sessions are needed to achieve optimal results. There may be some pain during the procedure, but it is usually mild and brief.
We recommend laser therapy if your blood spots have not responded to other methods of removal, including electrolysis. We will apply a local anesthetic to the area, and then we use a probe to send an intense beam of focused light into the blood spot. The blood spot is destroyed by sealing the blood vessels that feed the growth.