Is this advisable for people with rosecea? Also I'm planning to have laser treatment by a dermatologist done in November to reduce the flushing and redness. But we are celebrating our 40th anniversary with a trip to St. Lucia in early November before which I might like to have this done. Do you think it's advisable?
Judy F. asked on Oct 17, 2012
Hi Judy, This treatment will not effect Rosacea. In fact, we would elect to perform a blue light treatment after the service. Blue LED is used in dermatologist offices for many skin disorders, including rosacea, to calm the skin, and reduce redness. It also helps to control flare ups. In your case, I would like to see you and make reccomendations based on the severity of your condition and suggest the most suitable treatment taking into consideration, your Rosacea. We also do a Pevonia treatment, created specifically for Rosacea, that you may elect to do for your anniversary trip. Feel free to call and book a complimentary skin consultation. Lorraine Gazzerro Clinical Aesthetician
lorraine g. from Merchant replied on Oct 17, 2012
Hi Judy, Congrats on your 40th anniversary! Please feel free to reach out to the business directly at (401) 301-5110 with your specific question. Thanks!
Collins J. from Groupon replied on Oct 17, 2012