First off, i would NOT recommend this to the untrained user or anyone looking for a ‘quick fix’ please understand that i have a couple of years under my belt of DIY and unlicensed electrolysis.
That being said, this question is more targeted to Bono; when i perform Telangiectasia on a couple of problem areas on my nose i perform the insertion into the vessel and hear a quick ‘snap’, on removal i noticed that i have a couple of coagulated pieces that are gathered on the needle. Is it risky to not fully treat the vessel at once and just do it 1-2mm at a time?
I’m not using any DC current just HF and coincidentally not using a sharper Telangiectasia needle, just a regular F3 probe.
I’ve performed cauterizations before and i recognize the snap to be a good sign that i’ve hit a critical area of tissue, enough to disrupt it and reduce it, albeit the needle never penetrates into the skin, just the top level of tissue.
Sorry if the post is a bit scatter brained, it’s my first time trying it :)!