Rosacea? Redness? Couperose? Dilated Capillaries?
Skin with Dilated Capillaries, Couperose, Rosacea Treatment, Redness Relief at Avora Skin Spa Coquitlam
Have you noticed any red “spiders’ webs” on your face or excessively dilated blood vessels?
If yes, then your skin suffers from dilated capillaries or rosacea.
What are capillaries?
The walls of blood vessels are weak, so your skin becomes red easily and sensitive or hard to care for. The problem of visibly dilated blood vessels concerns women of various ages; most often, it is connected with inborn shallow skin vascularisation, hypersensitivity of the skin or hormonal changes. Additionally, wind, low temperatures, exposure to frequent temperature changes (e.g. entering heated rooms during winter) as well as overexposure to sun, using a sauna or solarium are conducive to the formation of “spiders’ webs”.
Capillary complexion is a common definition of facial skin, which is characterised by the tendency to transitory, and after some time a permanent redness of the skin, as well as often visible enlarged blood vessels (so called telangiectasia or rosacea). A high sensitivity of the skin to environmental factors is also characteristic (UV rays, wind, high temperatures, inadequate diet), as well as care problems (difficulties in choosing cosmetics).
Why do capillaries dilate?