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    Default If Vbeam reduces redness will it also reduce stinging and burning?

    Hi, from what I've seen on the forum I think my redness might be a little more forgiving than some (or at least happen less frequently) and the pain worse. I'm having a hard time finding an answer for this. If any of you know thanks in advance!

    In situations where Vbeam successfully treats redness/flushing will it also reduce the stinging/burning in my face?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike81 View Post
    Hi, from what I've seen on the forum I think my redness might be a little more forgiving than some (or at least happen less frequently) and the pain worse. I'm having a hard time finding an answer for this. If any of you know thanks in advance!

    In situations where Vbeam successfully treats redness/flushing will it also reduce the stinging/burning in my face?
    My derm told me yes, cause the pain is (mostly) caused by the dilated bloodvessels.. If you destroy these vessels you will feel no/less pain.

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    with or without purpura?

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    Quote Originally Posted by antrax View Post
    My derm told me yes, cause the pain is (mostly) caused by the dilated bloodvessels.. If you destroy these vessels you will feel no/less pain.
    Thank you


    Quote Originally Posted by FaceRouge View Post
    with or without purpura?
    I was leaning toward purpura. It seems like if you can afford to take a lot of time off work or you don't mind strutting your stuff while disfigured then purpura is better. How does this change your answer?

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    IPL and VBeam have somewhat helped my redness, but the the stinging and pain has been dramatically reduced.

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