Rosacea and Blood Vessels

How Do I Reduce Redness and Blood Vessels on my Face?

Rosacea is a medical dermatologic condition causing redness, bumps and flushing of the skin. The cause of this irritating and uncomfortable disorder is not completely understood. Prescription creams and washes, as well as oral medications such as Doxycycline, can help control Rosacea and limit the repercussions of broken capillaries and skin texture changes. In addition effective non-invasive VBeam Prima pulsed dye laser and intense pulsed light procedures performed  in our office can also help rosacea and the blood vessels it leaves behind.  Recent studies have also shown that a series of V-beam laser treatments can successfully suppress rosacea symptoms for months or longer.  Early treatment by one of our board-certified dermatologists can be very beneficial. For more information on Rosacea, click here.

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Redness and visible capillaries of the skin can also be the result of chronic sun damage. Ultraviolet light creates damage to collagen resulting in thinning of the skin and fragility, revealing the superficial dilated capillaries primarily on the cheeks, nose, neck, and chest.  Fortunately, procedures such as the Vbeam Prima Laser and Intense Pulsed Light Photorejuvenation can come to the rescue. These safe, noninvasive treatments can reduce and erase the visible blood vessels and tone down the redness while improving the texture of the skin.   Sun protection including sunscreen and a hat are of the utmost importance in minimizing sun damage and keeping rosacea in check.

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Please fill out the form on this page to request a consultation and one of our knowledgeable medical staff members at Krauss Dermatology will reach out to you promptly. You can also call our Wellesley, MA office directly to schedule – (781) 416-3500.

Krauss Dermatology serves the greater Boston area.

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