Spot & Vein Removal

Uwc Spot Vein Removal

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A few short treatments

A LIFETIME OF RESULTS

Founded as Ultimate Body Contouring, we began in 2018 offering state-of-the-art body contouring services. In 2019, the Ultimate Body Contouring division became Ultimate Body & Skin, expanding treatment options to ensure we offer the best in body and skin care to our patients. We are pleased to treat several common spot and vein conditions.

Conditions

Conditions for

Spot & Vein Reduction

These skin spots and growths are caused by melanocyte cells in the skin. Melanocytes are the cells that produce melanin, the substance that gives color (pigment) to the skin. Common pigmented lesions include age spots.

Hyperpigmentation (dark spots) becomes darker in color than the normal surrounding skin. This darkening occurs when an excess of melanin, the brown pigment that produces normal skin color, forms deposits in the skin.
Also known as sun aging, Poikiloderma of Civatte is a condition caused by sun exposure. The skin changes as a result of chronic, long term exposure to the sun as well as normal aging.

Melasma (freckle clusters) is a tan or dark skin discoloration. Melasma is thought to be caused by sun exposure, genetic predisposition, hormone changes, and skin irritation.

Ephelides (freckles) are a type of freckle that is typically an inherited characteristic.

Nevi (mole) is a common mole (nevus) is a small growth on the skin that is usually pink, tan, or brown and has a distinct edge.

Cafe au lait macules are flat, pigmented spots on the skin. They are commonly referred to as “birthmarks,” but are often not present at birth.

Port wine marks are flat, pigmented spots on the skin. They are commonly referred to as “birthmarks,” but are often not present at birth.

Hemangiomas (raised red mole) is a bright red birthmark that shows up at birth or in the first or second week of life. It looks like a rubbery bump and is made up of extra blood vessels in the skin. 

Hemangiomas (Raised Red Mole) is a bright red birthmark that shows up at birth or in the first or second week of life. It looks like a rubbery bump and is made up of extra blood vessels in the skin. 

Angiomas are benign growths composed of small blood vessels.

Angiomas (Benign growth that consists of small blood vessels) is a benign growth that consists of small blood vessels.

Angiomas (Benign growth that consists of small blood vessels) is a benign growth that consists of small blood vessels.

What to expect

What to expect

AT YOUR APPOINTMENT

What to expect when you arrive at the Ultimate Wellness Center and begin your Ultimate Body & Skin treatments.
  • You will be greeted by our receptionist.
  • Then the receptionist will provide you with your paperwork and a clean pen.
  • You may find a seat and sit in our waiting area to fill out your paperwork.
  • Upon completing your paperwork, you will hand the paperwork to our receptionist, and your technician will be notified that you are ready.
  • Your technician will come greet you and have you follow her back to the treatment room.
  • Once you have arrived in your treatment room, your technician will provide you with information on how the treatment works, instructions to maximize your results, and any pre/post care instructions.
NOTE: No recent sun exposure or wounds to treatment area prior to service.

Treatment

Treatment...

SPOT & VEIN REMOVAL

Commonly known for the photofacial treatment, photorejuvenation works to reduce visible signs of premature aging, such as sun damage, brown spots, visible veins, and discoloration. The treatment is powered by Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) with SmartPulse™ technology that delivers precise light through several layers of skin. This generates heat when absorbed by the targeted tissue, which corrects imperfections in the skin without damaging any of the surrounding tissue. A real-time cooling system works to keep your skin protected throughout treatment.

Quick treatment sessions last only 15-20 minutes.

4-5 Treatments Recommended.

Treatments are typically done every 3 weeks. 

No downtime.

There can be an immediate darkening to the area treated. This occurs if there is brown pigment that is superficially located in the layers of your skin. This is actually a positive sign. This response typically resolves itself in 7-14 days, at which time most people will notice a slight lightening of many superficial brown spots. If the pigment is located in the deeper layers of skin, as is often the case in melasma, there may be no initial darkening of the excess pigment. To improve deeper pigment issues and brown spots, a series of treatments will be needed before you will notice normal healthy skin emerge with significantly fewer brown spots and general discoloration. It is not always possible to eliminate all spots and pigmentation, however, dramatic lightening and improvement is common.

2-4 maintenance sessions per year.

FAQ

Treatment information about Intense Pulsed Light (IPL).

For IPL hair removal, it depends on what part of the body you’re getting treated. If it’s a smaller area, it may only take as little as 15-30 minutes. A larger area, like two full legs, may take up to 60 minutes.
You’ll likely need 6-10 treatments per area. Hair grows in different stages and at different rates for everyone, so it depends again on each individual person and the area being treated.
Treatments can be done at most, every 2 weeks, though it is suggested 4-6 weeks apart for the face and 4-8 weeks apart for the body.
Little to no downtime! Avoid Sun exposure in the area for 3-4 weeks after treatment. We recommend waiting at least 24 hours after a laser hair removal treatment before attempting any activity that may excessively increase your body temperature. I.e., hot showers, strenuous exercise.
The day of your treatment, your current hair cycle will be killed by the IPL light. You may notice the stubble hairs look ‘frazzled’ afterwards. It will take around 10-18 days before the hair falls out. This is when you begin to see results for that hair cycle. 
  • The hair that is permanently destroyed will NEVER come back. However, everyone’s bodies generate new hair in different follicles as hormones change and time goes on. Because of this, maintenance hair removal may need to be done at some point in the future, but the frequency of maintenance is different per person.
  • 4 times a year/ typically once every 3 months.
"Beauty is about enhancing what you have. Let yourself shine through."
Janelle Monae
Dark Spots Removal The Ultimate Wellness Center

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