Redness is a very common indication that is experienced by many people at some time in their life, potentially causing psychological and self-confidence issues which, in turn, can affect social and professional interactions, in more serious cases.
Primarily people will experience redness in the facial area, particularly around the nose, the cheeks, and the chin, caused by a number of conditions, including congenital or age-related issues.Book consultation
Other Factors To Consider
Redness is not always contained to the face and can be found in other areas of the body such as the elbows and other places in the form of light scarring, perhaps after a condition such as acne. It can also be formed from broken capillaries in the face or spider veins that, if left untreated, can worsen over time. This is why it is very important, if you are concerned about redness, to seek advice from your clinician regarding treatment in order to manage the condition and its effects adequately.
To reduce the signs of rosacea, it is important that you understand outside factors that might influence its appearance, like getting too hot, being exposed to extreme weather conditions, or eating certain foods. When you know what causes your redness to worsen, you can make steps towards avoiding these triggers, thus reducing the severity of the condition.
Reducing Sun Damage
One factor that is not considered by many people is the use of sun protection, which is needed all year round to maintain healthy skin. This is often overlooked, but even using a cream with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 15 can reduce the damage caused by UV rays.
We advise using mild skincare products, so as not to irritate your skin, as well as being gentle when washing your face, to avoid causing a flare up. You should use lukewarm or cold water to wash your face, rather than hot, and avoid rubbing your skin with a towel, but pat dry instead.
Treatments available for Redness
Pulsed Dye Laser
Targeting skin conditions that were traditionally believed to only affect those of fairer skin tones, but have since been proven to affect patients of colour.
Face veins and redness as conditions are not a health risk, but can cause emotional or psychological distress to the individual and can prove to be difficult to mask by makeup and creams. Pulsed Dy...Read on Book consultation
At PHI Clinic, we see hundreds of patients with a wide range of indications. It is important to assess each patient individually to provide you with a skincare treatment plan that works for you. Whether the aim is to improve a symptom or problem, or to simply maintain and protect an even complexion, PHI is passionate about providing a solution and an effective regime tailored to you.
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The M22 is a pioneering aesthetic treatment that combines an IPL, a multi spot ND Yag and a fractional resurfacing application enabling us to perform a wide range of treatments for our patients.
PHI Clinic introduced the M22 to the UK in 2016 and have had great successes, particularly for patients who are looking for younger, healthier and more radiant skin. Our fractional resurfacing he...Read on Book consultation
Frequently Asked Questions
Typically, a patient having VBeam treatment will have a course of around 6-8 sessions, 4-6 weeks apart.
Patients who suffer with redness, rosacea or vascular issues are ideal candidates for VBeam treatment. At PHI Clinic, we can treat skin types 1-6 with the laser.
Our team of highly trained Aesthetic Therapists perform redness treatments, ranging from skincare to lasers.
The most common area is the face and chest, though other areas can be treated.
Patients may see some slight redness in the treated area, but this should not persist long after treatment. Patients undergoing laser treatment are always advised to protect their skin from the sun and to wear a good sun block.
Before and after Redness treatment
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