Rosacea Skin Treatment
It is estimated that more than 16 million Americans are affected by rosacea, a common inflammatory skin condition that causes blotchy red areas on the face. These areas of redness often consist of broken capillaries and small, red bumps and may be confused as a rash from a distance. Rosacea is a progressive skin condition; without treatment, it is expected to get worse over time. Facial skin can become more red and coarse with enlarged pores and new pimple-like bumps. Fortunately for those who struggle with rosacea, there are good treatments available to stop the progression and restore a calm, more even-toned complexion.
While prescription-strength creams can be prescribed for the breakouts from rosacea, the most effective way to reduce the redness is with laser and light-based vascular treatments. Capital Laser & Skin Care has the most advanced vascular-specific devices, which are capable of significantly improving the appearance of rosacea with little to no downtime.
During rosacea treatment consultation at our state-of-the-art Chevy Chase skin care center, our physicians carefully evaluate your skin to determine the best solution for treating your rosacea. Depending on individual needs, prescription rosacea medications can be combined with laser treatments and our exclusive products for rosacea-prone skin for long-lasting results.
Our Rosacea Laser Treatment Solutions
VBeam Pulsed Dye Laser
Learn how VBeam pulsed dye laser can be used to stimulate your body’s healing response and clear up areas of redness caused by rosacea.
Forever Young BBL™
Learn how Forever Young’s BroadBand Light technology can heal your skin from the inside-out to improve the appearance of rosacea.
Interested in learning more about our treatments for rosacea? We would love to speak with you. Please fill out the form on this page to request a consultation or call our Chevy Chase, MD office today at (301) 798-9699 to schedule your private consultation at our laser and cosmetic dermatology center, located just blocks away from Washington, D.C.