Anti-Redness Treatment

Treating red sensitive skin with medical-grade technology

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Before and after skin redness treatment

We create personalised treatment plans for clients who suffer from chronic redness, visible blood vessels and rosacea symptoms. We’ve achieved excellent results for red, irritated skin. 

  • Our personalised plans treat your specific skin tone, texture and concerns.
  • Our dermal clinicians are experts in their field and bring years of experience.
  • We use medical-grade technology to reduce redness and skin irritation.

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Types of facial redness

Facial redness can be caused by a number of factors, from excessive sun exposure and acne-prone skin to rosacea. To reduce redness on your face, you first must assess the cause.

Rosacea redness

Rosacea redness

Rosacea's redness arises from enlarged blood vessels. Triggers include spicy foods, alcohol, and stress. Treatments range from topical creams to laser therapy, tailored to each individual's condition.

Acne redness

Acne redness

Acne redness is due to inflammation and increased blood flow, which bacteria, clogged pores, and hormonal fluctuations can trigger. Treatments include topical creams and laser treatment.

Red veins

Red veins

Red vein redness is caused by dilated blood vessels caused by excessive sun exposure and genetics. Treatment options include laser therapy to diminish or remove visible veins.


Our Facial Redness Specialists 

Our dermal clinicians are members of The Australian Society of Dermal Clinicians and are experts in redness-reducing facial treatments.

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Melbourne’s best anti-redness treatment clinic

Our team use cutting-edge solutions, including advanced technologies and evidence-based treatments, to tackle facial redness. Our clinic is well-known for its successful treatments and satisfied clients, building a strong reputation for excellence. Our approach to skincare focuses on long-lasting results, making us the top choice for anti-redness treatments in Melbourne.

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Treating skin redness at home

Start treating your facial redness at home with products that calm your skin and protect your skin barrier.

Using medical-grade technology to treat redness

Book a consultation with one of our dermal clinicians to determine the best redness-reducing treatment that calms inflamed skin.

Candela Vbeam

Candela Vbeam, an advanced laser technology, effectively targets and treats facial redness. It safely reduces visible redness and vascular concerns, leaving skin with a clearer, more even complexion.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How many laser sessions will I need to treat my redness?

The number of laser sessions needed to treat redness varies depending on the individual and the severity of the condition. Typically, clients require multiple laser sessions, often spaced a few weeks apart, for the best results. Your dermal clinician will assess your specific needs and provide a personalised treatment plan.

What aftercare is recommended for anti-redness treatment?

After an anti-redness treatment, following specific aftercare instructions is crucial. These typically include:

1. Sun Protection: Protect your skin from UV exposure with sunscreen and protective clothing.

2. Gentle Skincare: Use gentle, non-irritating skincare products to maintain your skin's health.

3. Avoid Irritants: Steer clear of harsh skincare practices that may trigger redness.

4. Stay Hydrated: Keep your skin well-hydrated by drinking water and using hydrating products.

Following these aftercare guidelines will help ensure the best and longest-lasting results from your anti-redness treatment.

Can my redness come back after laser treatments?

Yes, in some cases, redness can return after laser treatments, especially if the underlying cause persists. However, regular follow-up sessions and proper skin care can help maintain the results and minimise the risk of recurrence. 

Are medical-grade lasers safe for the face?

Yes, medical-grade lasers are safe for the face when administered by trained professionals. However, individual factors and expert guidance are crucial for safety and effectiveness.

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