Treatments for vascular skin

Unique solutions for vascular skin

Treatments for capillary skin - professional cosmetic treatment with Vitamin K
at Sungate Beauty & Spa

One of the most effective treatments for vascular skin is Vitamin K Therapy. Vitamin K is known for its properties to strengthen blood vessels and reduce redness and inflammation. At Sungate Beauty & Spa, we offer a cosmetic treatment using vitamin K for vascular skin. This treatment involves the injection of vitamin K into the skin, which helps to reduce the appearance of telangiectasia and improve the overall health of the skin. Additionally, other treatments that may be recommended for vascular skin include deep moisturisation, cleansing, laser therapy and prophylaxis . These treatments may include the use of lactobionic acid, mandelic acid or other plant extracts such as horse chestnut, ginkgo biloba, butcher's ruscus and arnica.

Our treatments restore balance and confidence to any vascular complexion.

Get rid of redness once and for all. Our treatments are a recipe for a calm complexion.

Effects of vitamin K treatment for vascular skin:

Reduction of redness

Vitamin K is known for its properties to reduce skin redness. After treatment, you may notice that the skin becomes more uniform in colour and existing redness is less visible.

Strengthening blood vessels

Treatment with vitamin K can help strengthen blood vessels, which can make them less prone to breaking and forming small bruises.

Improving the overall appearance of the skin 

The treatment can help to improve the overall appearance of the skin. The skin can become more radiant and healthier.

Reducing the appearance of unexpected discolouration

If you have hyperpigmentation due to vascular skin, a vitamin K treatment can help to reduce their appearance and even out your skin tone.

Reducing vulnerability 

The treatment can help to reduce skin sensitivity, which can provide relief for those with vascular skin that is prone to irritation.

Long-lasting effects

With the right series of treatments and regular maintenance, the effects of the treatment can be long-lasting, helping to maintain the skin's balance.

However, it is important to remember that the results of the treatment may vary depending on each person's individual skin characteristics and the type of treatment. It is important to consult with a skincare professional who can tailor the treatment to your individual needs before proceeding.

Understanding vascular skin

Vascular skin is a condition characterised by the presence of shallow, fragile and delicate blood vessels. It is a common problem that affects people of all ages. The appearance of subcutaneous spider veins, or telangiectasias, on the skin's surface is a characteristic feature of vascular skin. This condition can be caused by a variety of factors, including genetics, sun exposure, stress, hormonal changes and certain medical conditions. People with vascular skin may experience symptoms such as redness and sensitivity to temperature changes. It is essential to understand the characteristics and causes of vascular skin to determine the best treatment options.

Please note that some treatments may not be suitable for people with vascular skin. For example, laser vascular closure may not be recommended for people with very sensitive skin. Instead, alternative treatments such as oxygen infusion, vitamin therapy may be more suitable. It is essential to consult a skincare specialist to determine the best treatment for vascular skin. Regular treatments, such as those offered at Sungate Beauty & Spa, can help improve the appearance and health of vascular skin over time.

Indications and contraindications for vitamin K therapy

Vitamin K therapy is a recommended treatment for vascular skin characterised by visible blood vessels and redness on the skin. Indications for vitamin K therapy:

    • include a reduction in the appearance of broken capillaries

    • improved skin texture and colour

    • Reduction of skin redness

Vitamin K is known for its properties to improve blood flow and reduce inflammation, making it an effective treatment for vascular skin.

However, there are contraindications to vitamin K therapy that need to be considered before treatment. These include allergies to vitamin K, blood clotting disorders and the use of blood-thinning medication. It is important to consult a dermatologist or doctor before undergoing vitamin K therapy to ensure that it is safe and appropriate for individual circumstances.

In addition to vitamin K therapy, there are other treatments recommended for vascular skin. Cosmetic treatments include:

    • Gentle cleansing and moisturising

    • use of mild and non-irritating skin care products

    • the use of topical treatments containing ingredients such as vitamin C and plant extracts such as horse chestnut, ginkgo biloba and arnica.

Laser therapy, such as laser treatment , can also be effective in reducing the appearance of broken capillaries and improving skin texture. However, it is important to remember that neglecting vascular skin can lead to increased visibility of blood vessels and increased redness. Therefore, it is important to seek appropriate treatment and skin care to manage this condition.

Vitamin K therapy for vascular skin at Sungate Beauty & Spa

Vitamin K therapy for vascular skin is an effective method of improving the appearance of the skin and improving the condition of the skin. At Sungate Beauty & Spa, this therapy involves the application of a vitamin K treatment product to the skin. Vitamin K has anti-inflammatory and anti-haemorrhagic properties, which allows for visible capillaries caused by infection. This therapy is painless and non-invasive, and its effects are effective after just a few treatments.

Vitamin K therapy is particularly recommended for people with vascular skin, which is characterised by visible blood vessels and difficult wound healing. Thanks to the properties of vitamin K, this therapy allows visible blood vessels and blood cell pigmentation to become inflamed. In addition, this therapy improves skin quality and function.

Other cosmetic treatments recommended for vascular skin

In addition to vitamin K therapy, there are other cosmetic treatments that are recommended for vascular skin. One of these is the carbon laser peel treatment, which uses light energy to reduce blood vessels and redness while thickening the skin. Laser therapy is effective in treating vascular skin, but requires a series of treatments for optimal results. Another treatment recommended is a gentle enzyme peel combined with oxygen infusion. Chemical peels are also effective in the treatment of vascular skin, as they help exfoliate the epidermis and reduce the appearance of redness . These treatments are performed by a licensed professional and are tailored to a person's skin type and needs.

In addition to these treatments, there are also other cosmetic products that can be used to treat vascular skin. These products usually contain ingredients such as vitamin C and plant extracts, such as horse chestnut, ginkgo biloba, ruscus and arnica, which are known for their anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. However, it is important to remember that not all cosmetic treatments are suitable for vascular skin, especially if it is very sensitive or prone to erythema. It is therefore important to consult a skincare professional before trying any new products or treatments.

Vascular skin needs to be cared for properly to prevent further damage and reduce redness. This includes using gentle, non-irritating skincare products, avoiding hot water and harsh chemicals, and protecting skin from the sun with broad-spectrum sunscreens. In addition, maintaining a healthy lifestyle with a balanced diet and regular exercise can also help improve overall skin health. For those seeking professional treatments, many options are available, including:


By working with a licensed skincare professional and caring for the skin appropriately, people with vascular skin can achieve a more even, healthy-looking complexion.

Forget about erythema! Our treatments for vascular skin are the key to skin balance.

Post-treatment recommendations and home care for the vascular skin

Before and after any treatment for vascular skin, it is important to take precautions. This is important to ensure the best possible results and to minimise potential side effects. Precautions include avoiding exposure to direct sunlight, extreme temperatures and alcohol consumption for at least 24 hours before and after treatment. Additionally, it is important to moisturise the skin to prevent further irritation and damage. After treatment, it is recommended to avoid using harsh skincare products and peels for at least 48 hours.

A skincare ritual for vascular skin should include gentle and moisturising products specifically designed for sensitive skin. Lactobionic acid, mandelic acid and other gentle exfoliators can help remove dead skin cells without causing irritation. It is also important to use a moisturiser that contains ingredients such as vitamin K, which can help strengthen blood vessels and reduce redness . Other recommended skincare products should contain ingredients for vascular skin, such as:


    • chestnut

    • Ginkgo biloba

    • russet

    • arnica

In addition to the cosmetic treatments offered at Sungate Beauty & Spa, there are other treatments that can be used to complement and maintain the effects of the therapy. These include infusion treatments, which involve using a special device to saturate the skin with vitamins and other beneficial ingredients, and can also be effective for vascular skin. Other treatments include cavitation peeling and enzyme peels, which can help remove dead skin cells and improve the overall texture and appearance of the skin. However, it is important to note that not all cosmetic treatments are suitable for people with vascular or very sensitive skin.

You are cordially invited to enjoy treatments at Sungate Beauty & Spa in the centre of Warsaw.

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