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Articles on the Treatment of Acne, Rosacea & Spider Veins


Cystic acne is a chronic inflammation of the pilosebaceous unit. Inflammatory lesions such as papules, pustules, or nodules, as well as open or closed comedones or both, are common. Cystic acne is the most common skin condition as well as one of the top ten most common diseases in the world. Acne affects nearly every adolescent between the ages of 15 and 17. Acne affects as many as 5% of adults and as many as 80% of youngsters.


Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory disease that is one of the most prevalent causes of persistent skin redness around the eyes, cheeks, chin, nose, and forehead.

Rosacea is distinguished by persistent flushing, erythema, inflammatory papules/pustules, and spider veins. Secondary rosacea symptoms, such as itching, burning, or stinging, are common in individuals.

Spider Veins

Spider veins, also known as telangiectasia, are microscopic clusters of veins that appear as thin reddish blue lines on the skin’s surface. The legs, hands, neck, and face, notably around the nose, cheekbones, and chin, are the areas of the body most afflicted by these spider-web-like veins. The majority of spider veins are painless, however some can cause burning or discomfort.

Fight Back Against Aging

Aging causes inevitable changes in your body’s physiology, which in turn affect your skin. By being educated about, and addressing, the internal causes of the exterior symptoms (wrinklesspots and discoloration, dullness, and sagging), you can improve your health and preserve a youthful appearance. A non-surgical laser facelift is less expensive, less painful, less risky, less time consuming, healthier, and more effective than a traditional, surgical facelift. It is customized for your skin and yields extremely long lasting, absolutely natural results.


We are all aware that sun damage does not occur overnight. For those of us who enjoy spending time in the sun, I’m sorry to inform you that frequent exposure to UVA radiation is one of the most significant elements responsible for skin aging. Because UVA rays may penetrate and break down collagen, they directly hinder the formation of healthy elastin, which is required to keep our skin young.


Melasma is a skin disorder that primarily affects women of medium and darker skin tones, while it can afflict women of all skin tones, especially if her genetic heritage contains even a minor contribution from darker ethnicities. Melasma typically begins as sunspots and evolves into a more “mask-like” uneven, patchy, and brown-toned discolouration. As a result, the term “the mask of pregnancy” was coined. Dark spots might form on the cheekbones, nose, lips, and/or forehead.

Age Spots

Years of sun exposure raises the risk of sun damage significantly. UV light “triggers” an increase in the creation of melanin, the natural pigment in our skin.

As a result, “solar lentigos” form, which are also known as sunspots, age spots, or liver spots. These spots can appear anywhere on your body, including your hands, face, chest, and back.

Acne Scars

Atrophic acne scars are by far the most prevalent, accounting for 80% to 90% of all acne scars. These develop as indentations in the skin as a result of deep dermal inflammation that causes damage and collagen loss, followed by contraction as the acne clears. Atrophic acne scars are further subdivided into three categories; boxcar, icepick and rolling.

Stretch Mark Scars

Stretch marks are scars that appear as depressed streaks in the skin and are frequently pink, reddish, or purplish in color. They are most commonly found on the breasts, upper arms, thighs, buttocks, and abdomen. They are more common in pregnant women or those who acquire weight quickly.

Surgical Scars

It is critical to understand that each scar is unique. The structure of the collagen that makes up a scar varies depending on how the damage was inflicted (surgical scar, burn scar, stretch mark scar, acne scar, etc.).

As a result, each scar has its own distinct structure that necessitates a distinct set of energy settings and combinations in order to “unlock its secret structural code,” allowing us to efficiently redesign its structure, reducing it, smoothing it out, and merging it into the surrounding skin.