Skin Concerns

Redness

Vascular skin problems are often caused by issues with the vascular, or circulatory, system. The skin, also called the dermis, is one of the largest organs in the human body, and it is laced with capillaries that transport nutrients and oxygen in the blood. In some individuals, problems with blood flow or the amount of oxygen in the blood causes certain skin conditions.

Symptoms

Cherry
Angiomas

Thread
Veins

Broken
Calpillaries

Facial
Veins

Rosacea

Venous
Lake

Triggers

  • Sun exposure
  • Hormonal changes
  • Heredity
  • Acne
  • Agressive skin treatments

FAQ

An important measure in protecting yourself from hyperpigmentation is to protect your skin from the sun. Do this by regularly applying a broad sprectrum sunscreen that shields the skin from UVA and UVB rays. Slather it on thirty minutes before sun exposure and reapply every two hours because it can wear thin when exposed to water or perspiration. In addition to that, wear protective clothing, sunglasses or hats.

Experts also advise to avoid sun exposure from 10 AM to 3PM because this is the time when the rays are more intense.

  • Cushing’s disease

  • Celiac disease

  • Addison’s disease

  • Smoker’s melanosis

  • Hemachromatosis (a condition where a person has excessive iron stores

  • Cushing’s disease

  • Celiac disease

  • Addison’s disease

  • Smoker’s melanosis

  • Hemachromatosis (a condition where a person has excessive iron stores

  • In addition to using skin care products for pigmentation prone skin, avoiding excessive sun exposure, always wearing sun protection, clarifying the potential side-effects of medications with a doctor, taking care of your skin. To prevent post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, use gentle skin care products and avoid scratching, popping blemishes, and picking at your skin.

The Skin Lab Approach

Each case of vascular skin concern is different and skin responds differently to each treatment. Our focus is on treating the specific skin concern without compromising on overall skin’s health. Our careful selection of treatments and products result in minimum down time and less stress for your skin.

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Claire's Pro Tip

Limit your exposure to UV rays. Exposure to UV rays is one of the most common causes of hyperpigmentation. While limiting exposure will do nothing to affect hyperpigmentation you already have it can help prevent further discoloration.

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