Red capillaries appear mostly on the face where the skin is exposed to environmental chemicals and toxins. Although this condition isn’t necessarily harmful, it can create unattractive veins that appear on the skin.
Many factors can lead to this condition, and any individual who has suffered from it knows that red capillaries don’t disappear on their own. However, at Dr Saras & Co, we have a treatment available that corrects this condition and veins become less noticeable.
What Causes Red Capillaries?
Some of the causes of red capillaries include natural ageing, genetic and environmental factors. Red capillaries are more prone to develop in individuals with skin problems like severe acne or rosacea as well as people with sensitive skin. Fair skinned individuals are more likely to develop red capillaries particular on the face, but anyone can develop this condition.
Red capillaries materialise when the wall of the vein carrying the blood to the skin depletes and becomes more noticeable. These walls often become weakened from a rapid contraction and expansion caused by several factors including extreme temperatures and excessive use of alcohol and tobacco.
Red Capillary Removal Treatment
The most efficient way to treat red capillaries is by laser therapy. During laser treatment; light pulses are transmitted into the veins, which block their blood flow and gradually damage them. Af-ter multiple treatments, the treated veins break away from the skin’s surface, leaving the skin smooth and free of blemishes.
Laser treatment can be used in nearly any part of the body to remove red capillaries. The proce-dure is administered on an outpatient basis at our clinic and recovery time is relatively quick.
Why Should You Choose Dr Saras & Co for your Red Capillary Treatment?
Here at Dr Saras & Co, we are here to provide Medical and Cosmetic treatments of the highest standard in our clinics located in Annandale, Double Bay and Miranda. Treatment for red capillary removal is administered by our dedicated team of caring experienced female doctors, nurses and skin therapists.