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Medical Aesthetices  >  Skin Condition Treatments  >  Rosacea Phototherapy

  • Rosacea Phototherapy

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    The skin condition rosacea, which affects the face, is common. In the same way that acne causes redness and small bumps on the skin, so does this. Rosacea is frequently diagnosed by the presence of redness. On the cheeks, nose, chin, and forehead, it may look like a flush or sunburn. Other symptoms include red or pus-filled bumps, as well as small blood vessels.

    Rosacea’s exact cause is unknown, but several factors, including abnormalities in the facial blood vessels and a reaction to microscopic mites commonly found on the face, have been suggested as possible causes. Several triggers that may worsen rosacea have been identified, though they aren’t thought to be the disease’s primary cause.


    • Minimizes skin irritations
    • Reduces redness

    Good For:

    • Redness
    • Rosacea

    Rosacea can be treated by various treatments; one of the rosacea treatments is LED phototherapy.

    Skincare rosacea treatment that utilizes LED Light Therapy uses a variety of wavelengths. Depending on your skincare concern, near-infrared, red, yellow, green, and blue are the most common colors used.

    Right light therapy is the best laser treatment for rosacea being used since light stimulates skin cells called fibroblasts. This laser treatment for rosacea helps make collagen, which is an important part of skin recovery.


    Procedure Time
    30 Min
    Sensitivity Period
    25 Hours
    Visible Results
    From first session
    Rec. No. of Sessions
    TBD on Consultation


    Since LED phototherapy is a non-invasive treatment it is a completely safe rosacea treatment.

    One of the best perks of rosacea LED phototherapy is that there is absolutely no downtime. 

    There are not any side effects of the treatment, however, certain precautions should be taken with the treatment. 

    You’ll see the results even after the first session of your rosacea treatment, but greater results can be seen after your last session. 

    Upon analysis of your skin, your aesthetician will best guide you on how many sessions you’ll need, usually 3-5 sessions are required.

    Not sure which treatment
    to choose?

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