Vascular & Pigmented Lesions Treatment

Pulsed Light therapy treatment of vascular and pigmented lesions is rapidly becoming a favourite choice for patients desiring cleaner, younger and fresher looking skin.

SharpLight’s system effectively treats a range of vascular lesions: telangiectasia, erythema, and rosacea, by efficiently coagulating and eliminating small blood vessels. Pulsed-light has also been proven an effective, safe, reliable and fast treatment for a range of superficial pigmented lesions: dyschromia, solar, age and multi pigmentation. These treatments require no downtime.

Vascular and Pigmented Lesions



Full Face & Neck $175
Decollate $200
Hands $100
Full Arms $150

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Effective and Quick Treatment of Vascular and Pigmented Lesions

  • Typically requires 3 to 6 treatments to obtain results
  • Effective solution for all patient profiles
  • Non-invasive, safe and reliable
  • Thousands of satisfied clients
  • Typical series includes 3-6 treatments
  • Treatments should be spaced 6 weeks apart
  • Fresher, tighter and glowing skin

Over the following days, it’s recommended that a soothing cream is applied to treated areas and to include frequent washing with soap-free cleanser until all scabbing has resolved. A daily regimen which includes application of appropriate sun block, soothing creams or gels, and moisturizers should be followed. Gradual skin peeling is expected and normal, resulting in skin texture improvement, spot blanching, and tighter, glowing skin.

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Why Choose Pulsed Light Treatment

Pulsed light is absorbed by the oxyhemoglobin in the blood within superficial vessels, causing the blood to coagulate and
the vessel to break up into particles that are naturally filtered away through the lymphatic system of the body.

For pigmented lesions, targeted areas absorb the applied light, breaking the pigmented lesion into tiny particles which then disappear or rise to the surface of the skin as scabs that are naturally exfoliated within 1-2 weeks.

The typical regimen is an average of 6 treatment sessions, spaced 6 weeks apart.