Rosacea and Redness

Rosacea and Redness 2018-10-16T11:20:50+00:00

The persistent redness and flushing from Rosacea on the cheeks, forehead, and nose can progress to more intense redness and an acne-like rash if left untreated. This chronic skin condition is more common in women than men, and typically develops between ages 30 and 50. Rosacea can be intensified by a variety of factors, including sun exposure, heat, physical exertion, certain types of food, drugs, alcohol, and stress.

In addition to topical treatments, Intense Pulsed Light or laser therapy can offer you more options to improve this condition.

Rosacea

Treatment Options

The DenaVe is the first compact laser to use the same wavelength as a pulsed dye laser, (the leading treatment for vascular lesions for decades) but with a few crucial differences. The DenaVe can function in either continuous or pulsed modes allowing it to treat most skin issues with a higher success rate. The DenaVe also has less risk and side effects than previous dye lasers. Learn More…

Sciton Brandband Light (BBL™) technology is the world’s most powerful intense pulsed light (IPL) treatment. It’s an excellent procedure for patients who suffer from sun damage, wrinkles, acne, and common aging symptoms. With Sciton BBL™ treatments, your complexion will be transformed and refreshed. Learn More…

HydraFacial MD® is a revolutionary non-invasive treatment option that gives an instantly smoother-looking appearance. The innovative procedure can be done in-office in as little as 30-minutes. With HydraFacial®, you’ll get four rejuvenation techniques in one session; cleanse, exfoliation, extraction of impurities, and nourishing hydration. Learn More…

To learn more about Rosacea treatments or to schedule your consultation at Dermatology Associates of Plymouth Meeting, P.C., serving the Philadelphia metro areaincluding The Main Line, Chestnut Hill, Blue Bell, Gwynedd, and Flourtown, please fill out the form on this page or call (610) 828-0400.

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