Capillaries & Rosacea

Rosacea and Broken Capillaries (also known as telangiectasia) is a condition characterised by facial redness, dilated blood cells, red blemishes and ‘spider veins’. It is a common skin concern that can be effectively treated with laser treatments. By using laser therapy, we can remove visible blood vessels, flare ups, diffuse redness and improve one’s skin complexion.

The Treatment

Treated via a laser known as Broad Band Light, the laser beam destroys the broken blood vessels. Minimal discomfort during the treatment. You will have some redness for 24 – 48 hours post treatment (similar to the look of a sunburn).

The Results

In some cases (especially in larger, high flow Telangiectasia around the nose) there may be an improvement instead of complete resolution after the initial treatment. It is much safer to re-treat than to run the risk of scarring. Anticipate a re-treatment about a month after the initial treatment for the best results.

You may need 3 – 4 treatments (1 month apart) for best results.

*Disclaimer - Results may vary from patient to patient.

The Costs

Capillaries & Rosacea treatment prices vary depending on your overall situation and expectations.

  • Prices start from $250 per treatment for cheeks and nose
  • Prices start from $350 per treatment for full face
  • Package discounts available
  • Initial consultation is between $120 – 150
Up To 30 Minutes
Costs From $250 - $500 Per Treatment
Optimal Results After 2 - 3 Treatments

*Results may vary from patient to patient.
**All photos are of patients from Cosmos Clinic, and all ‘after’ images are taken 6 weeks post operation.

Capillaries & Rosacea Videos

Laser treatment for redness and pigmentation by Laura Naughton - Cosmos Clinic
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Broadband Light (BBL) for Skin Pigmentation & Sun Damage // BTS TREATMENT
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BBL Broadband Light Rosacea
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Top Capillaries & Rosacea Questions

What are broken capillaries?

Broken capillaries, or Telangiectasia, are a common facial skin condition which patients seek treatment for. the condition occurs as a result of broken blood vessels becoming visibly prominent on the skin’s surface . These dilated blood vessels are seen almost exclusively in patients with fair skin. Contrary to popular opinion, facial telangiectasia is not associated with alcohol abuse, but instead with chronic sun exposure, rosacea, overuse of cortisone creams, and certain autoimmune diseases. In many cases, the exact cause is unknown, but it is believed to be hereditary.

What is rosacea?

Rosacea is an inflammatory skin condition that increases the size of the capillaries on the face. The result is a red, flushed appearance.

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