Rosecia / Facial Redness Correction
The symptoms of redness and visible blood vessels (thread veins, telangiectasias) can be successfully improved with vascular laser or intense pulsed light (IPL) treatment. These treatments may also improve flushing. A referral to a dermatologist is usually required and is unlikely to be available on the NHS, so you may need to pay for it. Two to six treatments may be needed, so cost may be significant.

Laser and IPL machines produce narrow beams of light that are aimed at the visible blood vessels in the skin. The heat from the lasers damages the dilated (widened) red veins and causes them to shrink so they are no longer visible, with minimal damage to surrounding tissue or scarring. There is evidence that the light also helps with remodelling of the skin matrix so it provides vessels with better support.
Laser treatment can cause pain, but most people do not need an anaesthetic.
Side effects of laser treatment are usually mild and can include:
» Bruising
» Crusting of the skin
» Swelling and redness of the skin
» Blisters (in rare cases)
» Infection (in very rare cases)
These side effects usually only last a few days and are rarely permanent. An infection will require treatment with antibiotics
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