Defused redness refers to a skin condition caused by dilated capillaries which most commonly affect the nose, forehead and cheeks. The blood vessels are enlarged and normally present as redness on the face. There are many tiny red blood vessels under the surface of the skin, if they dilate the result is noticeable. The medical term is called telangiectasias and are are also known as broken capallaries or spider veins as the facial capillaries may look like tree branches or web like in shape.
Defused redness on the face can occur as a result of excessive exposure to the sun, aging, pregnancy, oral contraceptives, lifestyle habits and heredity can also play a part.
Defused redness often occurs in patients between the ages of 18 and 40 and this condition affects woman more than men and if untreated, it may get progressively worse. Laser treatments are highy effective and minimally invasive treatment option for reducing the appearance of defused redness. Laser treatments are not painful and there is no lengthily downtimes. A series of treatments, performed at 4 -6 week intervals, are needed in order to acheive restoration of the skin, leaving your skin smoother.
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