What is Vascu Lyse 2G RF Treatment?

Capillary & Blemish Treatment

At South Surrey Glow Hormone and Aesthetics, we offer the Vascu Lyse treatment for capillary and blemish removal. The Vascu Lyse device uses a mild current to coagulate and remove unwanted skin irregularities, such as vascular blemishes, skin tags, and brown spots. These imperfections will disappear upon contact and will not return after treatment.

VascU lyse 2G – RF


We are excited to announce a new addition to our treatments here at South Surrey Glow. We are proud to introduce the Vascu Lyse 2G RF, a revolutionary treatment option for clients with unsightly vascular skin imperfections.

  • This system, now available for to eliminate:
  • Skin Tags (acrochordon),
  • Ruby Points (cherry angiomas),
  • Dilated Capillaries (telangiectasia),
  • Calcium Deposits (Milia),
  • Cholesterol Deposit,(xanthelasma)
  • Spider Veins (Stellar angioma)
  • Seborrheic Keratoses
  • unpleasant skin marks
    with ease and no downtime required.

This user-friendly and proven technology provides instant results, and it is made in Canada and meets the highest standards of quality and safety, as approved by Health Canada. Our clients will love the instant results and feel beautiful and confident about their skin.

We are confident that this new treatment will bring satisfaction to our clients.
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Dilated capillaries

Spider veins

Examples of dilated spider veins 02

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A cutting-edge procedure for the removal of dilated capillaries. Using a fine wire probe, radio waves are transmitted to the targeted tissue causing the molecules within the tissue to vibrate and rapidly increase in temperature. This coagulates the proteins, vessels and broken capillaries within the tissue, resulting in their disappearance without any damage to the surrounding tissue. We are proud to offer the Treatment with a High-end Silhouet-Tone Vascu Lyse 2G RF, a device that is approved by Health Canada, making the procedure fast, painless, and highly effective. The procedure typically requires 1 to 3 treatments in the same area, spaced three weeks apart.

The treatment is quick and effective, with treatment sessions lasting between 5 and 15 minutes. Vascu Lyse 2G Thermo-coagulation treatment is:
  • Non-Invasive: Does not pierce the skin
  • Quick: most irregularities are removed in 1 to 3 sessions
  • Effective: permanent removal of irregularities

Don’t let dilated capillaries hold you back from feeling confident in your skin. Book your consultation today and take the first step towards a flawless complexion

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How does IT work?

RF current technology – a cutting-edge solution for the removal of dilated capillaries. RF current works by producing a vibration of water molecules in the targeted tissue through the alternation of positively and negatively charged particles. This vibration creates heat, which in turn causes coagulation of the blood in the capillaries, a process known as Thermocoagulation. It is important to note that water molecules are necessary to conduct current in the skin, making it a vital component in this procedure. The RF current technology is a safe and effective solution for removing dilated capillaries and achieving a flawless complexion. Thermocoagulation works best on a well hydrated skin



Safety is a top priority with this treatment. The probe only touches the surface of the skin, following the dilated capillary, and the vascular blemishes disappear on contact, minimizing any risk of damage to the surrounding tissue.

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The Benefits

Small capillary vessels play a crucial role in providing nutrition to the cells, and when they become impaired, it can affect the appearance and function of the skin.

With Vascu Lyse 2G RF treatment, the blood in the damaged vessels is coagulated, allowing for the regeneration of new, healthy capillaries. This results in improved cell nutrition and a significant improvement in the appearance of the skin.

Fantastic results 


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Aesthetic thermocoagulation treatment for dilated capillaries

South Surrey Glow Tretment for dilated capillaries

General Contraindications

  •  Pacemaker.
  •  Severe diabetes.
  •  Pregnancy.
  •  Anticoagulants (Coumadin/Warfarin).
  •  Illnesses that can delay tissue repairing.
  •  HIV (SIDA).
  •  Hepatitis.
  •  Cancer.
  •  Keloid scars.

General Contraindications

  • Metallic implant.
  • Active rosacea .
  • Active acne.
  • Herpes Simplex.
  • Post surgery inflammation.

Dilated capillaries, also known as spider veins, are a common condition in which the walls of the capillaries lose their elasticity and become permanently enlarged. These enlarged capillaries can appear as red, blue or purple lines or webs on the skin and are commonly found on the face, legs and ankles.

Capillaries are small blood vessels that provide oxygen and nutrients to the cells in the body. However, over time, due to various factors such as aging, sun exposure, and genetics, the walls of these capillaries may lose their elasticity and become permanently enlarged. When this happens, the enlarged capillaries located close to the skin’s surface, specifically the dermo-epidermal junction layer, may become visible as red, blue, or purple lines or webs on the skin.

Capillary dilation can be caused by a variety of factors, including heredity, external skin aggressions, hormonal causes, health problems, medication, climate, and other factors such as diet.

Skin tags, also known as acrochordons, are small, benign growths that typically appear on the skin. They are soft to the touch and can be found in areas such as the neck, armpits, and eyelids. While they are not harmful, many people find them to be unsightly and seek treatment to remove them

The underlying factors that contribute to the formation of skin tags:

  • The natural aging process
  • Carrying excess weight or obesity
  • Hormonal fluctuations or imbalances in the body.

Calcium deposits are small, hard lumps that form under the skin, usually as a result of the accumulation of keratin, a protein found in the skin, hair, and nails. They occur when dead skin cells are not shed properly and become trapped just beneath the surface of the skin.

  • Certain skin conditions or injuries that result in blistering of the skin
  • Burns
  • Prolonged use of steroid creams
  • Extended exposure to UV rays and chronic sun damage.

Cholesterol deposits, also known as xanthelasma, are yellowish patches that appear around the eyelids and are caused by the accumulation of fat deposits underneath the skin. They are not harmful or painful but can be removed if desired

  • The natural aging process
  • Imbalanced cholesterol levels, specifically high LDL and low HDL levels
  • Liver dysfunction
  • Obesity or carrying excess weight
  • Elevated blood pressure
  • Smoking or tobacco use.

Seborrheic keratosis is a benign skin condition that is characterized by the presence of light-colored, brown or black growths on various areas of the skin such as the face, shoulders, back or chest. These growths are generally harmless and appear more frequently as individuals get older.

The exact cause of seborrheic keratoses is still not well understood, however, it is thought to be associated with genetic predisposition and is more commonly observed in older adults.