General Vascular Lesions

16 million Americans suffer from rosacea—most commonly among women during menopause*

Vascular lesions, caused by enlarged or broken blood vessels, can take many forms all over the body — from rosacea and port wine stains to spider veins and birthmarks. Vascular lesions usually do not go away on their own, which is why many patients are seeking treatment options.


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*Resource: National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Disease



Before and 3 months post 2 ClearV™ treatments
Photos courtesy of Arkansas Laser Solutions