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How can I improve my skin that has been damaged by cyclic rosacea?

If you're suffering from cyclic rosacea, you may have noticed red lines under your skin, or thickened skin that won't go away. The red lines are from old blood vessels, and the thick skin is caused by built-up tissue. Both issues can be helped with laser therapy. In this procedure, the laser is used to disintegrate the unwanted blood vessels and tissue. Because laser therapy is surgery, it is a more serious treatment, but many people use it to help them feel better about their appearance.

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