The laser beam penetrates the skin, accumulates in the red blood pigment and burns out the vessel. The healing process is faster than sclerotization and subsequent bandaging is not required in this case. The vessels are destroyed by the laser, but remain in the skin at the treated site and are gradually absorbed by the skin, which takes different amounts of time for each person. Mild conditions improve significantly within a month. To improve or remove cheek vessels, at least 2-3 sessions are required, one month apart. Complicated vessels require more repetitions.