Vbeam Perfecta - SW1 Clinic

Vbeam Perfecta

Key benefits:

  • Reduces redness & flushing
  • Treats broken capillaries
  • Promotes healing of red scars
  • Reduces acne outbreaks

Procedure details:

  • 30 minute laser treatment by skilled doctor
  • Little to no downtime
  • Comfortable

Vbeam Perfecta is one of the most advanced Pulsed Dye Laser Technology; a gold standard FDA approved, latest generation of multi-tasking laser that boasts a host of benefits including treating redness, pigmentation, stubborn acne and acne scars, while rejuvenating facial skin at the same time.

What can be treated with Vbeam Perfecta?

✓ Acne Scars
✓ Red Birthmarks
✓ Facial & Spider Veins
✓ Leg Veins
✓ Pigmented Lesions
✓ Rosacea
✓ Scars
✓ Stretch Marks
✓ Vascular Lesions
✓ Warts

How does the Vbeam Perfecta Laser work?

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The Vbeam Perfecta has a unique ability to deliver intense but gentle pulsed laser energy to selectively targeted blood vessels without adversely affecting the surrounding tissue.

Its revolutionary capability to increase pulse durations coupled with micro-pulse technology where 8 pulses closely mimic one continuous pulse, effectively reduces bruising and patient downtime through a gentle heating effect and uniform coagulation. The body then absorbs the treated blood vessels during the natural healing process.

The Vbeam Perfecta comes complete with patented Dynamic Cooling Device™ (DCD™) cooling system which sprays a cool liquid onto the skin before each laser pulse to ensure a comfortable solution to skin redness and pigmentation.

What is the Procedure like? Is there any downtime?

Laser penetrates deep into skin, causing blood within the vessel to coagulate before disintegrating.

Each treatment takes about half an hour. An anaesthetic cream is applied to the area to ensure maximal comfort. A protective eye shield is then put on for you. Each pulse of laser is delivered with a spray of cool air to protect the outer skin and provide comfort, making the procedure virtually painless.

There is no downtime after the treatment – you can apply makeup immediately after if needed and continue with your normal activities.

Am I a suitable candidate for this procedure?

Although this gentle laser is safe even for a baby or child, it is best suited for lighter skin types or untanned skins. Darker skin or skins that have a tan should not undergo this laser. Speak to our doctors to find out if you are suitable for this laser treatment.

How many treatments are needed?

The number of treatments will depend on:

– desired degree of improvement
– your hormonal status
– area being treated
– medication (which may affect your existing skin condition)

On average, treatment can be done every 2-4 weeks. For removal of broken capillaries or veins, you may need 2-4 sessions. For clearance of acne and red acne scars, you may need approximately 6 sessions for optimal effect. You may consider our Harmony Skin Program for skin rejuvenating benefits or Purity Program for effective skin purification.

Our doctors will advise you further during your consultation with them.

How effective is Vbeam Perfecta?

Vbeam Perfecta Targets

Small Spider Veins: Highly effective for treating small spider veins while sclerotherapy is best reserved for larger veins.

Acne & Red Acne Scars: Effectively treat stubborn acne and red acne scars, while rejuvenating facial skin at the same time to unveil clearer and smoother skin.

Rosacea: While there is no cure for rosacea and the cause is unknown, Vbeam Perfecta has proved to substantially reduce and often eliminate the redness and flushing of rosacea

Stretch Marks: A successful treatment for new and red stretch marks, older white scars may be better treated with Fraxel.

With more than 15 years of use and over 300 published papers, Vbeam Perfecta can help you to regain clear, smooth and youthful skin.

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*Results may vary according to individuals.