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nearlyreadytopop Wed 30-Mar-16 20:14:47

I've just had a good look in the mirror and I have horrible red veins on the side of my nose (and black heads, but that's another thread).
What's the best way to deal with these veins? Laser?

CakeThat Wed 30-Mar-16 20:52:16

I don't know sorry but I've got these red veins in the side of my nose too so watching with interest!
I'm scared of spending ££££ on getting them treated but it not working sad

Tutt Wed 30-Mar-16 20:54:24

I had mine flushed a good few years ago and was fab, however they have come back.
You can have laser treatment on them which is supposed to be good.

Laidupwithabrokenleg Wed 30-Mar-16 21:44:38

From my own experience, I am am sorry to say that there are no magic cures. i have had various treatments in the past including scleotherapy, electroloysis and laser. Non and have been completely successful, and all have been expensive and painful. I am lucky that mine haven't been too bad, and have now decided to live with it. I would say there are no magic cures, so save your money. However, if anyone has one I would love to know!

Laidupwithabrokenleg Wed 30-Mar-16 21:46:38

Tutt - xpost - laser treatment made no difference, just lots of pain!

FrancesHB Wed 30-Mar-16 22:12:55

I found laser extremely effective for broken veins and rosacea on my cheeks, round my nose, and chin. It made such a difference to my colouring (e.g. was able to go without makeup for pretty much first time ever) and made me look much younger.

I had 6 sessions about three years ago and it's only now needing a top up. I waited until my local aesthetics clinic had a special offer on.

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