Laser treatment for facial broken capilaries

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Few things have the potential to be as shocking as looking at your skin in a lighted magnifying mirror. Suddenly, what you could have sworn was just regular-old skin looks more like a topographical map filled with divots, flaky patches, and teeny red tributaries that you'd need an aesthetician to traverse. On one of these up-close-and personal guided tours of your skin, your aesthetician might point out fields of broken capillaries — spidery, red splotches lying underneath your skin and making the overall landscape look a little rugged. But what exactly are broken capillaries?
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How to Get Rid of Broken Capillaries on Your Face

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Broken Capillaries | Common Skin Concerns | Australian Skin Clinics

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KTP Laser for Facial Redness, Rosacea and Broken Capillaries

This condition has especially affected the area around my nose. I thought I was going to be stuck with my broken capillaries and constant concealer touch-ups forever, until I discovered lasers. A pulsed dye laser or PDL can significantly diminish the size of a broken capillary, which is essentially just an enlarged blood vessel sitting under the skin.
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Because with the right tools and measures, you can not only get rid of them for good, but also prevent another crop of them from taking hold of your skin in the future. As a reminder, the internet is not your doctor, and you should definitely make an appointment with your dermatologist for an official diagnosis. I am also more then happy with the result. In general, broken capillaries are caused by either skin trauma—like squeezing a pimple too forcefully, intense microdermabrasion, or even sneezing—or by excessive dilation of the blood vessels from, say, taking hot showers, being in cold, wintery air, eating spicy foods, exercising, or drinking alcohol.
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