Treating Rosacea with BBL

Visible blood vessels and persistent redness are the hallmarks of rosacea, a chronic condition that primarily affects the face. It is a frustrating disorder that often begins with frequent facial flushing or blushing with or without inflammatory bumps. While there is no single cure for rosacea, it’s a condition that dermatologists routinely treat.

Here at Dallas Dermatology Partners, it’s often difficult to avoid triggers that cause flare-ups. Instead of covering redness and vascular lesions with make-up, our patients can achieve clearer skin with advanced Broad Band Light Therapy (BBL) rosacea treatment.

Is BBL good for rosacea?

Yes, you will see noticeable improvements after BBL for rosacea. This is because Broad Band light treatments target dilated and broken blood vessels that cause flushing and redness.

How does BBL laser for rosacea reduce redness?

The BBL Hero utilizes the power of Broad Band light to target unwanted skin pigment. Unlike other IPL devices, this innovative technology has four times the speed, three times the peak power, and twice the cooling delivery for a fast, effective, and much more comfortable treatment. BBL improves rosacea by heating broken blood vessels that are then gently eliminated. At the same time, the light energy stimulates collagen growth for a healthier, more even-toned complexion.

How comfortable is BBL for redness and rosacea?

This is a minimally invasive lunch hour treatment that is not painful. Patients will experience a sensation of warmth, or the snap of a rubber band with each pulse. The BBL Hero has built-in cooling technology to minimize discomfort. A topical anesthetic cream can be applied before the treatment if requested.

How long does it take to see results?

This depends on your skin type and the settings utilized for the BBL laser therapy. However, most of our patients see noticeable improvements in rosacea symptoms within 2-3 weeks.

What is recovery like?

There are minimal side effects or downtime after BBL treatment for rosacea. Mild redness and swelling usually resolve within 24 hours. Most people resume their normal activities right away, but it’s important to limit sun exposure and use a broad-spectrum physical sunscreen after your treatment.

How many BBL treatments are needed for rosacea?

While our patients see measurable improvements after a single BBL laser treatment for rosacea, most will require a series of two or three sessions spaced four weeks apart. The exact number of treatments needed to achieve optimal results will vary from patient to patient.

Broad Band light therapy for rosacea in Dallas

Persistent redness and facial flushing caused by rosacea are not only bothersome but can also diminish self-esteem. Broad Band Light therapy treats the source of this chronic condition with no downtime or discomfort. To find out if BBL treatment for rosacea is right for you, schedule your Dallas Dermatology appointment today.

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