Rosacea is a common skin disorder that affects millions of Americans every year. As an inflammatory condition that can cause facial skin to turn red, rosacea occurs when small blood vessels constantly flush beneath your skin. Although the cause of rosacea is not fully understood, this condition can be aggravated by a variety of factors, including:
- Warm water
- Spicy foods
If left untreated, this condition can not only lead to permanent redness, but can also blemish the texture of the skin. Fortunately, Dr. Wise offers a wide-range of laser and skincare treatments that can effectively reduce the signs of rosacea and restore a vibrant, attractive complexion to your face.
Using a fractionated CO₂ laser, a powerful beam of light is applied directly to the skin to stimulate the growth of healthier, more beautiful skin. The energy from the laser destroys harmful damaged skin cells and blood vessels that are causing redness and irregular texture. The result is a smoother facial appearance that is free of redness and discoloration.
To correct current damage and prevent further damage of rosacea, SkinCeuticals® skin care products are comprised of pharmaceutical-grade ingredients that are specifically formulated to provide healthy looking skin.
The SkinMedica® skin care line was discovered through wound healing and can noticeably reduce the signs of rosacea through a blend of antioxidants, proteins, and collagen.
As one of the most popular products in cosmetic skin care, Neocutis® corrects rosacea by balancing and supporting the skin’s natural ability to defend against redness. The result is beautiful, radiant skin.
If you are tired of living with rosacea and want to know which treatment(s) can improve your skin, we encourage you to contact the Wise Center for Facial Plastic Surgery in New Jersey. To schedule your consultation with Dr. Jeffrey B. Wise, please call (973) 305-1400 or fill out our online contact form. Dr. Wise and his experienced staff look forward to seeing you soon and helping you improve the condition of your skin.