Laser Treatment for Rosacea

Are you experiencing increased flushing, broken capillaries appearing on your cheeks or nose or even starting to break out in pimples that you thought you had said goodbye to as a teenager?

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Symptoms of Rosacea

All the above are symptoms of a chronic inflammatory disorder called Rosacea. It affects the face, particularly spreading over the cheeks, nose and chin. The symptoms of redness, visible blood vessels, papules and pustules appear in the middle of the face. Rosacea most commonly affects people between the ages of 20 and 50.

Flushing is usually triggered by a response to something that creates heat in your body. The most common rosacea triggers are spicy food, alcohol and weather changes. These are but a few, and often rosacea sufferers will have more than one.

The symptoms of rosacea can lead to stinging, burning, sensitivity of the skin. Intolerance to cosmetics is also very common. In some cases, rosacea sufferers eyes can become red, dry and itchy.

 

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Our Approach to Rosacea Treatment

With years of experience of treating rosacea using lasers, we have developed a two-fold approach:

After laser treatment, Vascular Rosacea sufferers will experience an immediate reduction in the appearance of broken capillaries, with a gradual reduction in redness.

If your rosacea is of the inflammatory type, by strengthening your skin over a series of laser treatments the burning, flushing sensation typically reduces. We will discuss with you possible causes of the inflammation and best approach to lessen recurring rosacea symptoms.

Treatment costs Cost
Single Treatment $ 350
Rosacea Bundle
(6 treatments as above)
* $ 1,400

Our rosacea laser treatment program includes unlimited** LED treatment between laser sessions should your skin is acting up.

** For Rosacea Bundle clients

*Payment Terms

If you choose to take advantage of our savings and invest in a bundle of treatments, payment of the first two treatments will be required initially and the second payment at your third visit.