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Facial redness and broken blood vessels (facial spider veins, telangiectases) are commonly seen on the face, neck, chest, and legs.

facial redness

laser treatment to get rid of redness on the nose before and after

At the Laser and Skin Surgery Center of New York, we routinely reduce the appearance of diffuse skin redness, visible vessels and poikiloderma on the neck with laser therapy. Some of our favorite approaches in New York City involve the use of the V-Beam Perfecta, V-Beam Prima and Excel V.

what is the treatment?

We use laser treatments to treat facial redness.


To learn more about the facial redness treatment options at our New York medical clinic, watch our recent webinar video.

before and after image of a laser treatment for broken blood vessels on a woman's cheek

What are the symptoms of facial redness?

Common symptoms of facial redness include: irritated and dry eyes, flushed face, sensitive skin, burning skin, breakouts similar to acne, and small red bumps or pimples. To read more about common causes of facial redness, please visit

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Laser Treatment for Tuberous Sclerosis (Angiofibromas)

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Fraxel Laser Treatment for Sun Damage

Fraxel Laser Treatment for Sun Damage

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Laser Treatment for Broken or Enlarged Blood Vessels on the Cheek

Laser Treatment for Broken or Enlarged Blood Vessels on the Cheek

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The skin’s underlying structure degrades over time, leading to skin laxity and sagging skin. Collagen, the essential protein in our skin, begins to decline as early as our 20s, leaving skin without support from within. Restoring collagen helps to restore the skin’s youthful vitality.

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Age spots and brown spots (also known as sunspots, liver spots, and lentigines) are a consequence of aging and sun exposure. The most effective treatment for eliminating these spots and other skin pigmentation is laser therapy, which usually includes little to no downtime after treatment. 

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