Vascular lesions are blood vessels that are visible through the skin. The harmless lesions look blood-colored, with either a red or purplish hue. Standard types of vascular lesions include spider veins, telangiectasia, port wine stains, rosacea, broken capillaries and hemangioma. They can occur on almost any part of the body but are especially common on the face or legs. Here are many causes of vascular lesions, and they often appear as a side effect of aging.
Immediately after treatment, the skin the face it is usually a bit redder from the heat of the laser, however you will be able to see that most of the vessels have already collapsed and are no longer visible on the skin. Occasionally if the veins on the face are particularly stubborn, they can go slightly purple before disappearing from the skin a few days later.
For the leg treatment, the area will be red and slightly swollen, sometimes the veins can look worse before getting better.