Rosacea Redness Diffusion
Treat unwanted scars and redness once and for all.
Rosacea is generally characterized by flare-ups in facial skin causing redness around the nose, cheeks, forehead, and chin. It appears, to a lesser extent, on the neck, chest, scalp, and ears as well. If rosacea is left untreated, bumps and pimples can also develop on the skin.
People that have this common skin condition are often unaware that it is affecting them because they assume that they are simply prone to flushing, not to mention that it is a condition that develops over time. Rosacea doesn’t usually appear before the age of 30 and it has been known to be a hereditary condition.
How can Laser Genesis help?
Our Laser Genesis procedure utilizes non-invasive laser technology to safely treat diffuse redness and scars without unwanted side effects such as excessive skin irritation or bruises. You will feel comfortable and relaxed while we gently treat and reduce the severity of this condition.
What does the procedure feel like?
Patients often describe the treatment as relaxing and therapeutic. You will experience a gentle warming sensation on your skin’s surface during the procedure as the laser handpiece is moved back and forth about 1/2 inch above your skin. You can return to your normal routine, just make sure you keep the area cool and clean, and utilize sunscreen if you plan on participating in outdoor activities.
Laser Genesis $200
Our skin care specialists will use this non-invasive laser technology to safely treat diffuse redness and scars without unwanted side effects such as excessive skin irritation or bruises.*
Limelight® Photo Rejuvenation $200 (full-face treatment)
Limelight® Intense Pulsed Light Treatments are used for a number of vascular concerns like telangectesia, diffuse redness, and rosacea. It is also an effective treatment for more challenging conditions like low-contrast pigmentation and solar lentigines. This technology can be used for a full-face treatment, or for other dermal areas on the body (such as decolte, arms, and hands).
*Results may vary from person to person based on body size, body type, and other factors.