xanthelasma removal at home with needle
I’m not sure what this is, but I’ve been seeing this in and around my skin for the last few months. It is definitely a persistent presence. I’ve been doing several things to try to rid it away.
As I have said in the past, the best way to get rid of something like this is to just ignore it and move on. I was talking to someone today who has struggled with this in the past and the only thing I could come up with was to try a topical anti-pigmentation cream. She was skeptical because it seemed like such a drastic step, but I reminded her that she has a skin condition that is very similar to this.
The answer to our problem is probably not just to try a topical anti-pigmentation cream. I suggest the above-mentioned topical anti-pigmentation cream, but also maybe some sort of laser treatment for the area where our problem lives. Laser treatments can help to get rid of the pigmentation, but they may also damage the surrounding skin.
I think it was actually my mom who mentioned a laser treatment. I don’t know what kind of laser treatment she had tried, but I’ve been using a laser treatment a lot recently to remove a mole or two on my chin. When I get them all removed, I will give some thought to how to use that laser treatment to take out the pigmentation on my neck, chin, or face.
My mother is the one who mentioned a laser treatment, so I have to assume she was talking about removing the blood vessels. I’m not sure I have a good enough understanding of lasers or the procedures they entail for this to be of any help.
Thanks for the info. This is something I will have to consider. I am not sure I have the skills to do this myself.
If you have an infection or blood vessel disease, you may be able to do something with the laser. You can try to remove the blood vessels with a needle, but if you don’t know how to use the needle, you may have to try the laser first.
The problem with a needle is that it could be a really bad idea. It could be a very, very bad idea. This is why I suggest you try the laser first.
Here’s the thing, even if you get a good laser going, it may not be effective. I know you’re going for an old-school “the needle will hurt but the laser will be painless” approach, which is great. BUT, the needle will take out the blood vessels and you might get a cut, etc. If you’re in the middle of a surgery and the laser is on low, you could bleed to death.
The laser is a very safe way to remove blood vessels. But if you are about to do surgery, it might not be the best idea to use the needle. I just don’t know of any studies saying that the needle, however, is the best way to remove blood vessels.