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Redness, often associated with the chronic skin condition rosacea, manifests as persistent flushing or the appearance of broken blood vessels on the face. Beyond its visible impact, redness can be accompanied by sensations of warmth and discomfort. Rosacea, a condition that primarily affects the central face, varies in severity and may include papules and pustules, resembling acne. Triggers such as sun exposure, spicy foods, and stress can exacerbate redness in individuals with rosacea.

Suggested treatments



IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) treatments are highly effective in reducing redness associated with rosacea by targeting blood vessels and diminishing their visibility, promoting a more even and uniform skin tone.


Blue light therapy

Blue light therapy is a non-invasive treatment that utilizes specific wavelengths to target and reduce redness associated with rosacea, promoting a calmer, more even complexion.



Vasculyse, a non-invasive treatment, utilizes high-frequency technology to target and diminish visible redness associated with rosacea by selectively coagulating unwanted blood vessels on the skin's surface.

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