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Rosacea patients may want to include facial rejuvenation in their rites of spring

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Each year, as the weather gets warmer, spring cleaning mania takes over many a house in the U.S. If you are one of those people who are eager to get their homes looking fresh, clean and presentable for spring, why not do the same for your face?

Getting youthful, glowing skin to go with your sunny weather outfits can be as simple as visiting your local medical spa. These facilities offer laser skin rejuvenation procedures that can help fade flaws like spots and wrinkles, and even treat conditions like rosacea.

“[People] often feel self-conscious about their particular problem, and it can affect their well-being,” explained skincare expert Lisa Callaghan, quoted by the Galway Advertiser. “Lots of people [have] problematic skin and they don’t know where to start. The complaints include acne and rosacea.”

She added that rosacea causes redness and is very noticeable among individuals who have fair skin. The chronic condition, which researchers believe occurs as a result of dilated blood vessels, tends to affect people in their 40s and 50s.

Although it may cause patients to be self-conscious, rosacea is easily controlled through the use of lasers. Specialists send pulses of light into affected areas in a quick, minimally invasive procedure that reduces redness, leading to clearer, brighter skin.