Rosacea and Red Spots
Vascular lesions, commonly called “spider veins,” are extra blood vessels that are superficially located in the skin. Often, the skin of cheeks, chin and forehead appears red. The condition may be hereditary, or caused by injury, injections, weight gain, age, prolonged periods of standing, sun exposure or hormonal factors such as puberty, pregnancy and menopause.
What you may see:
- Telangiectasia or facial and nasal spider veins
- Rosacea (red facial lesions) – affecting the skin of the face around the nose and cheeks and causing a “red blush” or “sunburnt” look
- Angiomas – slightly raised red lesions (cherry angiomas) and slightly raised, red spider-like lesions (spider angiomas)
How we can help:
Using the most advanced, safe and effective technologies available, we successfully treat men and women for vascular and pigmented lesions. Methods include: