The Birthmark, by Skinfluencer

Unlike the Nathaniel Hawthorne novel, birthmarks come in many different forms. The ones most commonly presented are port wine stains, strawberry naevae, or haedmangiomas. Vascular birthmarks (often red, purple of pink) caused by abnormal blood vessels in or under the skin often occur in the head and neck area, primarily on the face. If surface blood vessels are affected, a vascular birth mark will appear red, purple or pink. If the affected vessels are deep, the birthmark will appear blue. Pigmented birthmarks (usually brown) are caused by clusters of pigment cells. Pigmented birthmarks are tan or brown-coloured skin marks.

Most people have been advised that these types of birth marks are not treatable. This is not the case. Our aesthetic doctors have conducted extensive research and undergone specialty training to become authorities on safely and effectively treating these types of lesions. The doctor will utilise a laser to target the pigment in the effected areas to carefully break down the red blood cells, thereby allowing the capillaries to collapse and the birthmark to resolve. With Skinfluencer as your ghostwriter, you can author your story!

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Active Treatment Time: 30 to 60 minutes

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