Rosacea, facial redness and thread vein treatment

Rosacea, facial redness and thread vein treatment in our tranquil Twickenham salon

Rosacea

Before IPL

Rosacea is a common but often misunderstood condition that responds extremely well to IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) treatment. The condition is usually caused by the inflammation of tiny veins near the surface of the skin. Fair skinned people are more likely to be affected and at its worst, Rosacea can be both distressing and disfiguring.

At True Medispa we have been successfully treating Rosacea, thread veins and facial redness for many years. We use the state of the art Zeolight® IPL laser system and your treatment will be carried out by fully trained and experienced therapists.

How does Zeolight® IPL treatment work for Rosacea?

After IPL-Rosacea

After IPL

Unlike ordinary IPL laser systems, Zeolight® combines an Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) with Radio Frequency (RF) treatment. Not only does Zeolight® use multiple pulses of light in a single sequence but the combination of IPL with RF treatment means energy can be delivered more precisely and effectively than is possible with ordinary IPL. The result is safer and more effective treatment with little or no downtime – so you could, for example, attend an IPL session in your lunchtime from work.

Book now for a FREE consultation and save on every session

At True Medispa we offer a FREE consultation in which you can discuss your condition and we can tell you about how your IPL treatment will work for you. We will also advise you as to the number of sessions we think you will need to achieve your desired results. You can then book your treatment sessions when it suits you best. See our opening hours.

For details of our great IPL offers simply call us on 020 8892 7999 and find out how much you can save!

Why put up with Rosacea, spider or thread veins and embarrassing facial redness when True Beauty’s IPL treatment could be the simple solution? To book your free consultation, call us now on 020 8892 7999 or book onlinenow.