Seeing Red? Banish Rosacea and Facial Veins With the Power of Light

Are you tired of looking in the mirror to see a ruddy, red complexion? You aren’t alone. Statistics on rosacea are challenging to pin down, but it’s relatively common among fair-skinned people, especially women. 

While makeup can temporarily hide rosacea for some people, you might not want to live with the constant hassle of applying and removing heavy cosmetics. Luckily, modern medicine has paved the way for more efficient solutions. 

Skin Deep Laser MD in Fort Worth, Texas, provides treatment for all kinds of cosmetic issues, including skin conditions like rosacea or visible facial veins. Dr. Laura Riehm and her team work with you to determine the best possible solution. For facial veins and rosacea, she offers IPL PhotoFacial treatments, which can clear up redness and encourage a healthier, clearer complexion. 

So, what is rosacea, how can it be treated, and what do IPL treatments entail? 

What is rosacea? 

Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that can make you appear like you’re flushed or blushing always. However, the redness tends to be concentrated in particular areas, like your nose, eyes, and the apples of your cheeks. Rosacea might come with other symptoms, including: 

While women tend to experience rosacea more often, men with rosacea report more severe symptoms, including swelling of the nose and intense redness. The exact cause of rosacea is unknown, but sun damage and aging can contribute to it. 

Getting rid of facial veins and rosacea

Even if you don’t have rosacea, you might notice broken or spidery veins in your face. While these are mostly harmless, they can affect your complexion. Rosacea and facial veins can be treated using creams and other topicals, but if your condition is severe, these options might not provide the results you’re looking for. 

Those suffering from noticeable rosacea and facial veins can benefit from Dr. Riehm’s approach. PhotoFacial IPL therapy uses concentrated pulses of light to trigger healing processes in targeted areas. It is used to treat rosacea, visible facial veins, and other conditions, including age spots, sun damage, and birthmarks. It’s safe and minimally invasive and requires no downtime.

What to expect from your IPL PhotoFacial treatments

Once you’ve decided to pursue IPL PhotoFacial treatments, your doctor will give you a thorough rundown of the procedure and aftercare. 

IPL therapy treatments typically feel like a rubber band snapping lightly across your skin, and the only notable side effects are some tenderness in the following days. You should avoid direct sunlight after your treatment, but otherwise, you can continue as normal. 

If you’re interested in receiving IPL treatments, consider scheduling a consultation with Dr. Riehm to learn more. You can get in contact by calling 817-263-7546 or booking an appointment online

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