Broken blood vessels occur on the face when the skin is exposed to aggravation or extreme temperatures, but applying a cream with vitamin K oxide strengthens the capillary walls. Prevent broken blood vessels or have them professionally removed with helpful information from a clinical aesthetician in this free video on skin care.
Do you have pesky little blood vessels on your face? My name is Keeley Selvage with Keeley's Skin Solutions and I'm going to tell you the best way to get rid of those blood vessels. On my model here if you take a look you can see that she has some small little broken blood vessels, these are broken capillaries. What happens is that these are so fragile that when we are a little bit aggressive with our face they can tend to break or even seep out, the blood can even seep out of them. The things that might cause this are extreme temperature, maybe if you are washing your face with really cold or really hot water, that is going to cause them so always make sure you are washing your face with tepid or luke warm water. Also extremes of temperature, if you live in an extremely hot or cold environment that will do it too. Aggressively blowing your nose or washing your face all of those things are going to cause broken blood vessels so avoid those things. What you can do for that is get a cream that has Vitamin K Oxide in it and that will strengthen the capillary walls and that will also keep the blood from dissipating out of those walls and clear up any blood that is already showing on the surface. You can also get it professionally removed, see your physician and they can do a treatment that is called a photo facial and that is similar to lazer and what it does is it uses a light on the face to dissipate the blood and it goes away instantly. My name is Keeley Selvage with "Keeley Skin Solutions" and that is how you get rid of broken blood vessels.