Chronic red bumps on the face are often a symptom of a condition called rosacea. While it is not entirely known what causes rosacea, it is a frustrating ailment that can be embarrassing as it causes the face and neck to appear rosy-red, while the skin of the face may be irritated, dry, sensitive, and may cause acne-like breakouts and a burning sensation. Fortunately, there is a safe and effective solution to rosacea called IPL treatments. To learn more about this technique, schedule a consultation with Cosmetic Laser Dermatology in San Diego!

How Does IPL Eliminate Red Bumps on the Face?

IPL is a type of photofacial laser treatment that involves intense pulsed light (IPL), which can be used to target various levels of the skin tissue to break down pigmentation or vascular lesions. The body then removes and replenishes the broken down tissues to reveal clear, youthful skin. The procedure is quick, taking only about 30 to 45 minutes, and requires little to no downtime. Depending on the extent of a patient’s rosacea symptoms, s/he may only need a series of three to six treatments to achieve a clear, even complexion.

Schedule a Laser IPL Treatment Today!

You do not have to live with the uncomfortable, embarrassing symptoms of rosacea! With the help of the Cosmetic Laser Dermatology, you can have the clear, healthy, smooth skin you want that highlights your natural beauty and gives you the confidence you deserve. To schedule a comprehensive treatment plan for facial skin irritation, please do not hesitate to contact the skilled dermatologists at Cosmetic Laser Dermatology today! We have extensive experience with IPL photofacial laser treatments and can create a personalized plan to help each patient achieve his or her cosmetic goals.

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