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Redness and Rosacea

We will tailor a treatment plan to help fight the symptoms of rosacea and redness, for clearer, beautiful skin.

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Redness and rosacea

Rosacea is a non-contagious skin condition that causes inflammation on the face. It occurs when the small surface blood vessels of the skin enlarge, giving the appearance of a permanent flush. It can also produce acne-like pimples.

Around 415 million people suffer from rosacea worldwide. There are treatments available for rosacea, redness and pigmentation that can help soothe the skin and ease symptoms.


LED therapy

Promote skin elasticity and cell growth, targeting skin concerns such as acne, rosacea, pigmentation, and psoriasis with relaxing LED light therapy sessions.

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PRP therapy

Stimulate new cell growth, improve your skin texture and restore lost facial volume for total facial and skin rejuvenation using the healing powers of your own blood.

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LED light therapy for rosacea

Rosacea is caused by broken and inflamed capillaries underneath the skin, causing redness. LED light therapy helps to promote collagen production and renews skin cells, which is an ideal therapy for targeting inflammation. For patients with rosacea, LED light therapy promotes skin healing, soothes and reduces redness, and calms sensitive skin. Adjustments can be made to the intensity and colour spectrum of your treatments to suit your specific needs.

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