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You're annoyed. And we understand that at Medicadermis. Redness is often unwanted and sometimes even disturbing. That's why we proudly introduce our RED program, a combination of treatments and products aimed at tackling skin conditions in which redness plays a leading role.

If your skin requires treatment that falls outside the area of ​​expertise of our skin therapist, we work in an interdisciplinary manner with other specialists. This way we guarantee that you receive the best care.

Which forms of redness fall under the RED heading?
From Couperose to visible leg vessels and both superficial and deep vessels, our RED program offers a personalized and effective approach to these specific skin challenges:
  • Rosacea : This is a chronic skin condition that causes redness and visible blood vessels on the face. Medicadermis' IPL and vascular lasers are powerful and meet the highest criteria and can help reduce redness by treating small blood vessels. Treatments such as IPL or laser therapy, aimed at the vessels, can lead to a decrease in skin inflammation and significantly improve the skin structure.
  • Couperose (Telangiectasia) : This concerns permanently dilated small blood vessels that are mainly visible on the cheeks and nose, and is often seen as a symptom of rosacea. The treatment with vascular lasers or IPL helps minimize these blood vessels by coagulating them, resulting in reduced redness.
  • Spider nevi (spider angiomas) : These are spider web-like vascular networks that usually occur on the face and legs. Laser treatments can effectively reduce these networks by selectively heating the vessels and making them disappear.
  • Cherry angiomas : Small, red birthmarks that can appear anywhere on the body. These are often bright red to purple and usually appear in people over the age of 30. Laser treatments can safely remove these spots by coagulating the vessels.
  • Port-wine stains (nevus flammeus) : Congenital, often purple-red spots caused by blood vessels in the skin. Laser treatments can significantly fade these spots by targeting the blood vessels.
  • Venous lakes : Small, bruised spots that usually appear on the lips, caused by dilated vessels. These can be effectively treated with vascular lasers that coagulate the vessels and thus reduce their visibility.
  • Poikiloderma of Civatte : This often occurs on the neck and sides of the neck and sometimes on the face. It is characterized by a mix of hyperpigmentation, hypopigmentation, telangiectasia, and atrophy. Treatments can target the vascular abnormalities within this condition to reduce visible redness and vessels.
  • Besenreiser veins : These small, red or purple veins are usually found close to the skin's surface and are often seen as a network of fine lines or dots, similar to the veins in a brush (hence the name "besenreiser", meaning "brush broom blood vessel" means in German).
Skin therapy for varicose veins
Varicose veins fall under a different category of problems and can be a symptom of Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI). This is a condition in which the valves in the veins of the legs do not work properly, preventing blood from flowing back to the heart efficiently. It can lead to an increase in visible vessels on the legs, as well as symptoms such as swelling, pain and cramps. Light and laser therapy is not a solution for this, but at Medicadermis we can treat the symptoms of CVI through compression therapy. This involves collaboration with the GP.
  • regular exercise, such as walking or cycling, avoiding standing or sitting for long periods of time can significantly help reduce complaints.
  • Wearing compression stockings is an essential part of the treatment of CVI. Compression helps to improve blood circulation, reduce swelling and relieve symptoms such as pain and fatigue. The stockings are measured especially for you, so that you have the best-fitting stockings.
  • Regular exercise, such as walking or swimming, can improve blood circulation and reduce symptoms of CVI. Exercises that strengthen the calf muscles, such as calf stretches, can also be helpful.
  • In addition to compression therapy, for example through compression stockings, raising the legs above the level of the heart is very effective, avoiding tight clothing and avoiding standing or sitting for long periods of time help to relieve symptoms that may be associated with venous complaints.
Causes of Redness on the face and elsewhere on the body.
Redness in the face and visible vessels on the legs are common skin conditions that can have various causes:
  • Genetic factors : Many people have a natural sensitivity to certain skin conditions such as Rosacea, which is often genetic. This predisposition to vascular disorders makes the skin more vulnerable and can play a role in the development of visible vessels.
  • External Factors: Daily exposure to UV radiation, extreme weather conditions such as cold winds or high temperatures, can contribute to skin redness.
  • Lifestyle factors: Habits such as consuming alcohol, smoking/vaping and spicy foods, along with high stress levels or using skin products that contain irritants, can worsen redness. Adjusting these factors can help reduce symptoms.
  • Age: As we get older, the skin becomes thinner and blood vessels become more prominent, contributing to a reddish complexion on the face. With age, the vein also loses its elasticity, which can result in more visible vessels on legs and arms.
  • Skin diseases: Specific conditions can also cause redness.
  • Medication: Certain medications can dilate blood vessels and thus increase facial redness.
  • Load: Standing or sitting for long periods of time can increase pressure in the leg veins. Inactivity in general increases pressure on the veins, but also hinders blood circulation. So both static strain and inactivity can lead to visible veins on the legs.
  • Hormonal Changes: During pregnancy, menopause, or when using hormonal contraception, hormone fluctuations can affect the condition of veins. And thus cause redness. The growth of the uterus during pregnancy puts extra pressure on veins and can amplify this phenomenon.
  • You can take (preventive) measures for both redness in the face and visible vessels on the legs. Medicadermis helps with this. We offer light and laser therapy. We can camouflage your redness with our often covered Medical Camouflage Therapy. Or possibly fitting compression stockings for leg and arm sizes.

We understand that all the choices we offer online can be difficult. And that sometimes you just need advice in addition to the information we share online. Our skin therapist is then ready to help you. Please feel free to contact us for a no-obligation consultation in the Medicadermis Skin Therapy practice. But an accessible contact in the form of a free video consultation is of course also possible.

At Medicadermis we use clinically proven technologies, including laser and IPL treatments. To support these treatments, we also offer camouflage therapy and personal skin advice in combination with the best cosmeceuticals.

Products from the Red collection have been selected by the skin therapist to strengthen the vessel walls and reduce redness. The products are very suitable for treating Rosacea, in which sensitivity often plays a role. Using the right treatment creams and cosmeceuticals can effectively reduce this sensitivity. In addition, medical camouflage can contribute to smoothing skin redness.

Our skin care products can also improve the appearance of the legs. We offer specific products to strengthen the leg vessels that provide relief for heavy and sensitive legs. If necessary, a therapeutic elastic stocking can be fitted for people with chronic venous insufficiency.

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