Vbeam® - Rosacea & Capillary Treatment


Resolve Your Vascular Skin Conditions

If you have broken capillaries, rosacea, port wine stains, or an overall redness to your skin, you will love the Vbeam® laser. It’s considered the Gold Standard PDL treatment for vascular lesions and has been used since the 1980s.

Vbeam®– Rosacea & Capillary Treatment

The Vbeam® laser uses Pulsed Dye Laser (PDL) technology to deliver an intense but gentle burst of light into targeted areas of the skin. The treated area absorbs the light safely treating the condition and improving the appearance of the skin. 

During the treatment, your skin will receive protection from the patented Dynamic Cooling Device (DCD), which delivers a cooling burst of cryogen before we deliver the laser pulse. The DCD increases comfort during treatment and minimizes side effects such as redness. 

You will notice some benefits of a Vbeam® treatment after just one treatment. However, best results are usually seen after 3-5 treatments, spaced 4-6 weeks apart

Am I a Good Candidate for Vbeam® – Rosacea & Capillary Treatment?

You may be a good candidate for Vbeam® – Rosacea & Capillary Treatment:

  • If you would like to improve redness, blood vessels, rosacea, or other vascular lesions.
  • If you hope to achieve a more even-toned complexion.

How Long Does a Typical Treatment Take?

A Vbeam® treatment takes less than 30 minutes depending on the area being treated.

What Results Will I See?*

Patients treated with Vbeam® – Rosacea & Capillary Treatment often see: 

  • A clearer complexion.
  • Less redness.
  • Even skin tone and complexion.


Lasting benefits depend on several factors including the condition being treated and your lifestyle. One of our medical providers will review your personalized aftercare instructions and skincare regimen to maintain your results. 

Is There Any Downtime?

After a Vbeam® treatment, your skin will feel warm like a mild sunburn. It is possible to have redness and swelling for up to 3 days after treatment depending on the aggressiveness of your treatment. In some cases, you may have a laser bruise called purpura that usually dissipates on its own in 3 to 5 days.


*Individual results may vary.


*Individual Results May Vary


*Individual Results May Vary