1. Consult your dermatologist
If you have decided on laser treatment, have a talk with your dermatologist first about different types of treatment.
These treatments should not be scheduled if your skin is irritated or while you have a tan. Since both IPL and Laser target the pigment in capillaries it will be harder to spot all the places that need treatment if your skin is dark.
Even though this treatment is pretty common and safe, there are some potential side effects you should be mindful of. Minor swelling and redness of the skin have been known to occur for several days after treatment.
It’s advisable you schedule your appointment while you are on holiday or at least several weeks in advance of important social events. Give your face time to return to its normal state. Discuss all the possible side effects with your dermatologist before proceeding with the treatments.
4. Stay out of the sun
Once you have undergone the treatment, give your skin some time to heal. It is best you stayed out of the sun to avoid any potential complications or irritations.
In case you have a lot of broken capillaries on your face (or wherever you are treating them), sometimes it will take more than one treatment to remove them. So, examine your skin for more broken capillaries and talk to your dermatologist. You should know that laser capillary removal is 100% effective. Once removed capillaries will never return but if you have a highly sensitive skin, you may have to get laser treatments every once in awhile to clear things up.
Before you start taking supplements, consult with your doctor to make sure it’s a healthy choice for you.
Truth be told there are no studies that prove that vitamin C and lysine helps getting rid of broken capillaries. Yet, some people that have used the combination say they have seen a reduction of broken capillaries after using this combination.
Apparently, rubbing your face with grapeseed oil helps to sooth broken capillaries. Grapeseed oil is a common household product so you won’t have to spend much money on buying the supplies. This “treatment” will sooth dry, thin skin and could reduce broken capillaries in the long run. Still, it probably won’t get rid of the capillaries for good.
Vitamin E oil has been known for its nourishing effect on the skin. It reduces the occurrence of broken capillaries and other signs of damage while helping the skin replenish itself.
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