The Excel V+ laser uses a high power green laser in order to target blood vessels and pigment with abnormalities. This allows the skin to return to a more natural colour and tone.
The wide range of conditions that this treatment can address includes facial redness, Rosacea, port wine stains, leg veins, keloid scars, sun damage pigmentation, and venous lakes (purple lesions on the lips).
Spider veins, age spots, and scars can all cause confidence problems or self-consciousness, and can seriously affect a person’s esteem, but are very easy to improve using laser technology.
All skin types can benefit from treatment from the Excel V+ laser (1-6) To find out if the Excel V+ is the right treatment for you, book a no obligation consultation with one of our highly trained clinicians at PHI Clinic today.Book consultation
The Excel V+ combines two precise laser wavelengths in one device to enable treatment of a wide variety of conditions, whether superficial or deeper problems. This allows your clinician to tailor the treatment to the results you wish to achieve, as small areas can be precisely targeted and larger areas can be treated quickly. The Excel V+ has 50% more power than its predecessor, the Excel V, and new applicators that can be used to treat larger spot sizes as well as a precise ‘Dermastat’ handpiece that can be used to target small concerns across the face.
Unlike some other lasers, there is no anaesthesia required during the procedure, thanks to the automatic cooling technology, which produces continuous cooling throughout your treatment, maximising patient comfort.
Conditions treated with Excel V+
One of the most common problems we treat patients for at PHI Clinic is facial veins. Face veins, or telangiectasia varicose veins, are small clusters of veins that run close to the surface of the skin that have become enlarged.
They are caused when the tiny valves in the circulation system stop working effectively, causing a backlog of blood flow. This backlog leads to the veins swelling...Read on Book consultation
There are special cells (melanocytes) in the skin that make melanin, a pigment that affects the colour of skin.
When these special cells are damaged or unhealthy, melanin production is affected; some disorders affect the entire body, whereas others just affect patches of skin. High levels of melanin cause darker skin, low levels cause lighter skin, and total or partial lack of melanin re...Read on Book consultation
Redness is a very common indication that is experienced by many people at some time in their life, potentially causing psychological and self-confidence issues. These, in turn, can affect social and professional interactions, leading to a more isolated lifestyle.
Primarily, people will experience redness in the facial area – particularly around the nose, the cheeks, and the chin. T...Read on Book consultation
Over 45 million people across the globe are affected by rosacea, which, while not life-threatening, can certainly cause self-confidence issues for a sufferer. There are various forms that rosacea can take, whether that is redness, blushing, pustules, small visible blood vessels, and raised spots or lumps.
Rosacea can also appear on various parts of the body, but the most common area is t...Read on Book consultation
Stretch marks start off red in colour, and are lines which distribute over the skin’s surface. Over time, they mature and turn to a silvery shade. It is best to treat them when they are relatively new, in order to effectively reduce them.
Many different body shapes and sizes have these marks, it is not purely down to weight gain/loss.
They can develop at key stages of growth, fo...Read on Book consultation
Frequently Asked Questions
Treatment for redness and Rosacea is generally ongoing, and while one 30 minute treatment is usually enough to see benefits, multiple treatments are advised for the optimal long lasting results.
Any skin type (1-6) can be treated with this laser.
One of our Nurses or aesthetic technicians will perform this treatment.
Most areas of the body can be treated with the Excel V+ laser.
There is little to no downtime associated with this treatment, but any worries you have should be discussed during your initial patient consultation.
Swelling and redness can occur in the treatment area, but any side effects should subside within a few days.
Before and after Excel V+ treatment
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