Rosacea and Vascular Treatment

Rozacea is a problem of dilated blood vessels. Commonly known as the “curse of the Celts,” rosacea is predominantly observed in individuals with fair skin. This is because fair skin is more susceptible to the harmful rays of the sun, causing the blood vessels to dilate, crack, and exhibit diffuse redness. This diffuse redness and the issue of dilated blood vessels characterize rosacea.

How is Rosacea Treated?

Akne rosacea can be treated with topical applications and laser systems.

For the treatment of acne rosacea, some creams and medical lotions containing Retinoids, which are derivatives of vitamin A, can be used. These treatments are more successful for early-stage acne rosacea. However, in cases of spreading and advancing problems, topical applications may be insufficient. In such situations, the most effective treatment method is laser.

Laser Treatment for Acne Rosacea

Laser systems provide treatment for various skin problems, including acne rosacea. Similar to active acne treatment, laser therapy can be used for the treatment of acne and dilated blood vessels in acne rosacea.

By selecting an appropriate laser system, adjustments are made to the laser settings. The problematic area is scanned in a specific path with laser beams. During this scanning process, the heat and intensity of the laser deform the dilated blood vessels. The deformed blood vessels begin to recover, resolving the issues related to dilated vessels, namely rosacea. Additionally, active acne formations on rosacea are dried out with the same effect, bringing the factors causing acne formation under control. In short, both problems are addressed with the same mechanism of action. This treatment also balances the skin’s oil production, and the skin appears more vibrant and radiant during the healing process. With collagen stimulation, tightening is achieved, contributing to the rejuvenation of the skin.

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