Rosacea is a skin condition that can have the symptoms of redness, dilated blood vessels and bumps. The cause of rosacea is not completely understood. Things that dilate the blood vessels such as certain foods, beverages, medications and emotions may be factors. There are treatments available in Madison, WI that will allow people who suffer from the skin condition to reduce the redness and other symptoms to have clear skin. Today, 16 million people in the US have some form of rosacea, and BroadBand Light (BBL) may be the answer.
BBL treatments use heat to promote the growth of collagen that can replace the skin damaged by rosacea. Other skin conditions that may be improved with BBL are acne, hyperpigmentation and fine lines and wrinkles. Our trained technician in Madison, WI can use BBL therapy to target only the affected skin and not the healthy skin. It can be used almost anywhere on the body.
When used for rosacea, BBL therapy safely destroys the surface veins and blood vessels and reduces the redness and splotchy skin color as well as dark spots from sun exposure and aging. There is no permanent cure for rosacea, but BBL treatments may manage the condition, and some people can have healthy, evenly colored skin most of their life.
When you consult our specialist in Madison, WI, your skin will be examined and a treatment recommended. BBL therapy is safe for men and women of any skin type and tone. Our skilled technician can set the BBL device for your unique issues.
In most cases, a series of treatments is needed to get the desired results. After the first treatment, you will see how you respond to the BBL therapy and have a better idea of how many more treatments you may need. Once you are satisfied with your appearance, it may take one treatment a year to maintain the results. However, it all depends on the unique situation.
Rosacea is a condition that cannot be cured, but it may be controlled by BroadBand Light therapy and other techniques. We also offer Diode Laser therapy and medical-grade skin care products. Each person responds to treatment differently, which is why it is important to get a customized treatment plan.