Vascular Issues

Broken veins and redness, wherever they appear and whatever the cause, are unwelcome at best. At worst, they can leave you having to always cover up your problem skin, and feeling less attractive than you deserve.


Broken (‘spider’ or ‘thread’) veins – appear as fine red or purple wavy lines, usually on the face and legs, and may get larger and increase in number over time.

Rosacea – in the early stages, rosacea begins with frequent episodes of flushing or blushing, where the skin turns red for a short time. As the condition progresses, there may be other symptoms such as persistent redness, small red bumps or spots, a burning or stinging sensation and small blood vessels becoming visible on the skin.

You may also notice your skin appears red and flushed after going from hot to cold conditions, or after eating and drinking certain foods.

Types & Causes

Broken (‘spider’ or ‘thread’) veins – are very thin blood vessels that lie just below the surface of the skin and start to become more visible. They are harmless and the veins have not actually broken, only become slightly enlarged. There is no obvious single cause to broken or thread veins, although some activities and conditions may make them appear worse. They may just be something that develops as we get older and our skin and veins become less ‘elastic’.

Rosacea – a long-term condition that mainly affects the skin on the nose, cheeks, forehead and chin, although it may also be visible on the neck or chest.


Skin Peels


Our range of peels and skin resurfaces can help to improve skin texture and redefine pores and are suitable for a range of conditions including pigmentation (discolouration), scars left by ingrowing hairs, lines and wrinkles, redness or rosacea and acne.



Laser skin rejuvenation improves skin tone and texture for a more youthful look. It involves minimal ‘downtime’ and is suitable for a range of conditions including large and small areas of pigmentation (discolouration), rosacea, redness/inflammation and visible (or broken) veins.

LED Light Therapy


We use blemish-fighting blue light therapy to treat the causes and symptoms of acne and rosacea by reducing inflammation, irritation and bacteria.

Red light therapy accelerates cell renewal, boosts collagen and elastin synthesis and increases hydration for smoother firmer skin.

Near infrared light helps repair skin and offers advance rejuvenation benefits, calming redness and irritation and reducing pigmentation with no downtime. Light treatments an be used alone or in combination with other clinical treatments.

Tej Tips

Don’t pick or
squeeze spots

Picking and popping spots can cause scars, as well as spread the spots. Try not to touch your spots as this could worsen the condition.

Check your

Eating a balanced diet is important and can help improve your skin. Eating too many fatty foods can affect your skin, so opt for foods high in Omega 3 and cut down on dairy products and sugar.

Don’t clog

Using heavy makeup isn’t good for the skin and can block pores. Try using lighter mineral make-up to allow the skin to breathe.

Stay out of
the sun

Too much exposure to the sun can dry the skin. Your skin produces excess oil to compensate, which can lead to more spots.

Take daily

Exercise delivers oxygen to skin cells and regulates hormone levels, all of which contribute to reducing acne.