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dilated capillaries / erythema / rosacea

Light red or purple capillaries  visible through the skin, diffuse or concentrated redness,  may require treatment. In addition to medications, proper home care and limitation of external triggers, chemical peels and BBL phototherapy will work well in an in-office setting.




Discoloration can vary in size and shape and it mainly occurs in the areas with increased exposure to sunlight. The deeper the lesion, the more difficult the treatment. Pigmentation changes on the skin result from excessive melanocyte activity and they are caused by the overproduction of melanin, which accumulates in the deepest layer of the epidermis. However, there are effective methods to fight hyperpigmentation. These include BBL phototherapy, non-ablative thulium laser, chemical peels, and microneedling.




Acne is a chronic skin condition associated with excessive sebum accumulation in the sebaceous glands and the formation of skin lesions such as comedos, both open blackheads and closed blackheads. It may also include nodules, papules or cysts filled with pus. Improperly treated acne will lead to hyperpigmentation and scarring. Often the cause of acne cannot be clearly identified, and it can range from hormonal disorders to inadequate skin care, consumption of processed food, stress and others. 

Treatments that can be used for this indication include BBL phototherapy, chemical peels, and Hydrafacial.





Pores are the outlets of hair follicles, visible as microscopic openings on the skin, which are directly connected to the sebaceous glands and allow to drain the substances they produce, namely sebum. As a result of the accumulation of excess sebum and keratinized epidermis at the openings of the hair follicles, the follicles can become permanently dilated. Dead epidermal cells, along with sebum, clog the openings of the sebaceous glands and expand them. The appearance of pores can be reduced with proper home care and treatments such as microneedling, needle mesotherapy, non-ablative tulip laser, Hydrafacial, chemical peels.





Scars are skin lesions that are most often the result of damage to the dermis and replacement of the defect with fibrous connective tissue. The size and shape depend on the course of the wound healing. Scars can be either hypertrophic (keloid), when the amount of connective tissue exceeds the amount of tissue defect resulting from the injury, or atrophic. Applicable treatments include non-ablative thulium laser, microneedling, chemical peels, multiwave, needle shaping.



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