Broken Capillaries + Rosacea

Are broken capillaries leaving you overly flushed?

Do you have dark, splotchy patches throughout your face and body? Have you noticed any unusual redness that just won’t go away? Would you like a treatment to address broken capillaries that cause rosacea that’s both safe and effective? If so, it might be time to start thinking about getting your rosacea under control with non-invasive Aerolase treatments at Manhattan Aesthetics.

Sometimes, the delicate superficial veins that lie just beneath the surface of our skin can twist, causing these unsightly lines and marks, known as broken capillaries, rosacea, port wine stains, hemangioma, and angiomas. At Manhattan Aesthetics, we use gentle Aerolase treatments to safely, painlessly, and effectively remove these vascular lesions.

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How Does Treating Broken Capillaries Work?

Aerolase is a phenomenal alternative to traditional methods for treating broken capillaries. This laser targets and breaks down dark hemoglobin in the cells of blood vessels using quick bursts of thermal energy. Aerolase is delicate enough to address the most sensitive areas of your face including the areas around the eyes, neck, and mouth. With the help of Aerolase, we’re able to address the structural cause of rosacea and promote long-term collagen production.

Am I A Good Candidate for Aerolase?

You could be a good fit for Aerolase treatments if you’re looking for a completely non-invasive procedure. Broken capillaries don’t typically go away on their own and can often be hard to treat without medical intervention. If you’re bothered by unwanted facial redness, Aerolase might be the solution you’ve been looking for.

Aerolase is a comprehensive treatment that provides total facial rejuvenation. Aside from treating broken capillaries that cause rosacea, Aerolase can effectively;

Reduce fine lines and wrinkles
Smooth textural problems
Improve hyperpigmentation and sunspots
Effectively treat melasma

While rosacea is not curable, there are ways to minimize symptoms and keep them at bay for as long as possible. During your in-person consultation, your skin care specialist will determine the best route to take based on your individual concerns.

How Long Does a Typical Treatment Take?

After a thorough evaluation and complete cleansing of the skin, our practitioner will calibrate the laser to personalize your treatment. The Aerolase’s cooling technology will keep you comfortable as pulses are delivered to shrink blood vessels and capillaries that cause your rosacea. Treatment is fast, safe, and painless. In many cases, you can be in and out of the office in less than one hour.

PATIENT TESTIMONIALS

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*Individual results may vary.

What Results Will I See?*

After Aerolase treatments, broken capillaries and rosacea will gradually fade over time. Initial results can become evident as early as 2-weeks post-treatment. A smooth, clear complexion can usually be achieved with 3-6 Aerolase treatments spaced approximately 1-month apart. Once your desired results are met, touch-up treatments can be done as needed to maintain lasting results.

Is There Any Downtime?

Aerolase is a zero-downtime procedure. Many patients schedule their in-office appointment during their lunch break or in between running errands. They’re able to get back to their day-to-day routine immediately following treatment. Side effects are typically short-lived but may include minor redness or swelling. Direct sunlight should be avoided after treatment for an optimal outcome.

TAKE THE NEXT STEP – REQUEST A CONSULTATION

The first step is to come in for an in-person consultation with our expert providers at Manhattan Aesthetics serving Queens, Brooklyn, and the Bronx, New York, and New Jersey. Please fill out the form on this page or call our office during normal business hours at 212-960-8172.

*Individual results may vary.