Rosacea can affect men and women of all ages. The main symptoms of rosacea can be described as persistent erythema (redness), facial flushing, pink skin, telangiectasia (visible broken capillaries), and inflammatory papules (bumps) and pustules (blemishes).
Rosacea is a common skin disorder that can be treated with various options to help reduce or control unwanted symptoms.
Fotona’s SP Dynamis laser system is a powerful, advanced, high-performance laser machine that incorporates two industry-standard laser modalities known for their ability to resurface, rejuvenate, and improve skin tone and texture.
Skin Rejuvenation laser therapy
Currently, there are no long-lasting solutions for rosacea, but treatments offer relief for patients experiencing persistent rosacea.
However, clients with inflammatory rosacea generally experience a considerable improvement to their symptoms after undergoing Skin Rejuvenation laser therapy for rosacea. Most clients may decrease or discontinue other treatments for rosacea.
This treatment utilises heat energy to diffuse the redness associated with rosacea. It also treats the veins to coagulate and collapse, making them almost non-visible immediately. This treatment also will target papules induced by rosacea, giving the skin an overall clear appearance.
How is rosacea treated?
Fotona SP Dynamis laser treatments for rosacea are quick and effective. Most patients require a series of treatments ranging from a single session for small or more monthly intervals until the discolouration has subsided.
Patients can expect to feel a zapping sensation accompanied by heat, much like the snap of a rubber band. Fotona is a unique system that allows us to provide customised treatment options for our patients according to the areas they are looking to treat. This customisation is done by adjusting the laser parameters to effectively destroy dilated blood vessels associated with their size, depth, and colour.
Contact the expert team at Collins Laser Aesthetic, Melbourne’s leading laser and skin treatments specialists, to learn more about treating rosacea and arrange your FREE consultation.
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