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Vascular Pigmentation Treatment

Spots and Growths On The Skin

What does pigmented lesion mean?

Have you ever heard of pigmented lesions? These are spots and growths on the skin that occur due to melanocytes, which create the pigment (melanin) in our skin. Some examples of these include age spots or freckles. Melanocyte cells play a vital role in providing coloration to our bodies!

Red or Purplish Spots on the Skin

How does a vascular lesion look like?

These spots of skin discoloration, often called birthmarks, stork bites, port wine stains or salmon patches can range from a deep purple to bright red color. Yet as you age and your body matures the vascular lesion will steadily fade away.

Port wine stains are red or pink marks that appear on the surface of the skin. They typically occur in newborns but can also appear later in life. Spider angiomas are small, round spots with a central area filled with blood vessels and radiating spider-like veins. Hemangiomas, on the other hand, are raised and can appear anywhere on the body.

Vascular lesions are slightly different from pigmented lesions in that they are caused by abnormal blood vessels rather than melanocytes. These lesions can appear as small, red or purplish spots on the skin and may also be raised. They can range from minor to severe and can cause discomfort if left untreated. Some common examples of vascular lesions are port wine stains, spider angiomas, and hemangiomas.

Treating vascular lesions is important in order to improve their appearance and reduce discomfort when they become larger or more painful. Treatment options include IPL laser therapy, topical creams, or injections depending on the severity of the lesion.

When it comes to vascular lesions, prevention is key! Keeping skin hydrated and wearing sunscreen can help prevent them from forming. Additionally, being mindful of any new spots or changes on the skin can help in the early detection and treatment of these lesions.

Manage redness and breakouts, and reduce inflammation

How do you treat pigment and vascular lesions?

Laser therapy is a more gentle alternative to treating pigmented and vascular anomalies of the skin. This method helps impede the growth of lesions that can otherwise cause disfigurement or impaired functionality if left untreated.

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Treatment For Vascular Lesions in Vancouver

Unveil the beauty of your skin with Voko Beauti’s vascular and pigmented lesions treatments. With our non-invasive med-aesthetic systems, you can trust in comfortable, dependable techniques to efficiently clear up these bothersome issues.

What is pigmentation and vascular lesion laser treatment?

Have you ever wondered how Vascular Lesions treatment works? It is done by exposing a targeted area to brief yet intense pulses of visible light, significantly raising the temperature in the concentrated hemoglobin region. This process damages and shatters the vessel walls before they are reabsorbed by your body – resulting in a less noticeable appearance.


As one of the premier esthetic clinics in Vancouver we specialize in remedying a wide range of vascular and pigmented lesions. These include telangiectasia, erythema, rosacea, broken capillaries, dyschromia, solar lentigo, mottled pigmentation melasma and poikiloderma – all tailored to clients of any age or skin type.


Our cutting-edge laser tools have been gaining immense popularity recently due to their pulsed light therapy. This process targets the affected areas with precise beams of light, causing coagulation in the underlying blood vessels and breaking down pigmented lesions into tiny particles that subsequently fade away or flake off as scabs within one to two weeks.


Pulsed light technology stands out from dermabrasion, laser resurfacing and chemical peels as it is a safe, effective and swift approach to treating lesions with no adverse side effects – all while reviving your skin’s complexion for a younger-looking texture without the need for any recovery time.

Main Benefits

Voko Beauti’s professional treatments of vascular and pigmented lesions come with a host of advantages, some being:
  • By utilizing our treatment, you'll notice results in just 3-6 sessions of up to 25 minutes each. Our program is designed for maximum efficiency and effectiveness!

  • You can get up and running with day-to-day work without delays or disruptions.

  • No matter your unique circumstances, there is a treatment solution tailored to you.

  • Treatments are an innovative, secure and virtually painless alternative.

  • With treatments, the lesions can be cleared away, and you will have a much smoother skin texture that is restored to its former glory. These therapies are incredibly efficient at eliminating your cosmetic issues!

  • Pulsed light technology offers a safe and reliable solution to other treatments that may cause unwanted or uncomfortable side effects.

  • Thousands of clients have experienced the positive effects of our treatments. Testimonials prove that they are highly effective!

Vascular Lesions And Pigmentation Removal Cost in Vancouver, BC

Voko Beauti offers competitive rates for our treatments. We understand that these services can be costly, so we work hard to provide realistic and affordable solutions for all skin types. Please contact us for a personalized quote tailored to your unique needs.

At Voko Beauti in Vancouver, BC, we provide the best possible care for your individual needs. Our in-depth consultations and detailed treatment plans help ensure that you receive the best results with minimal discomfort and downtime – all while being mindful of your scheduling, budget and personal preferences.

  • IPL Photofacial

    60 Minutes

What you can expect

How does the treatment work on superficial blood vessels?

The applied pulse light targets the hemoglobin in the blood, breaking it down into particles that are then naturally removed by your body's lymphatic system.

How does the treatment work on pigmented lesions?

In target areas, the light absorbed is broken down and separated into minuscule pieces, which will either vanish or rise to the top layer of skin. Over time these particles become scabs that are naturally exfoliated in as little as one to two weeks.

How many treatments are required?

Generally, between three and six treatments are required to achieve the desired results, spaced out over four weeks.

Are vascular lesions cancerous?

Vascular tumors can vary in severity, ranging from benign to malignant cancerous growths. These lesions may develop on the skin’s surface, under the epidermis, and within organs. There are several different kinds of vascular tumors that exist today.

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