Your Results: Broken Blood Vessels


Condition Information

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    Key Features
    • Appear on the skin as small splotchy marks
    • Marks are usually bright or dark red in color
    • Usually appears on the nose, forehead and cheeks
    • Common for individuals with fair skin
    • Can be an early symptom of Rosacea as well as Sun Damage
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    Condition Details Broken blood vessels, also called telangiectasias, occur when tiny vessels under the surface of the skin dialate and become visible. Telangiectasias are small, red, purple or blue blood vessels found mainly along the surface of the face (cheeks, nose and chin areas), upper chest and neck...
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    Other Similar Conditions
    • Rosacea
    • Sun Damage
    • Broken blood vessels often result from overexposure to the sun. It’s important to exercise a good daily skin care regimen that includes sun protection. Sunscreens can help prevent the development of broken blood vessels. For existing visible blood vessels, a variety of treatment options are available...
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