Broken capillaries on the nose can often be a sign that someone is drunk. Too much alcohol in the system dilates blood vessels, causing them to swell near the surface. Smokers, particularly those who have spent too much time in the sun, can also cause reddening of the skin. Broken capillaries are tiny veins that appear close to the skin's surface due to swelling or abnormal blood flow.
This condition can be treated with a combination of IPL and vascular broken capillaries treatment. Vascular laser treatment is recommended by most doctors for larger veins. They would likely use IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) to treat broken capillaries and flares on the bridge of your nose.
Doctors may combine IPL and laser treatment to treat larger blood vessels at the nose. This will remove any visible veins from the face. Broadband Light is the most common type of IPL treatment.
Microsclerotherapy is used to shrink the swelling veins. To irritate the veins' inner walls, injecting a saline solution into larger veins will cause them to shrink and weaken. The vascular laser treatment will make the veins disappear. This procedure uses yellow laser light to treat the darkened veins. The blood from the inside of the vein absorbs the light and causes them to fade.
The laser light can cause mild discomfort in the skin, as it will cause a slight heat sensation. To reduce swelling and relieve discomfort, apply cold compresses to the affected areas. If your face starts to swell, you can rest your head on pillows. While recovering from treatment, you should avoid alcohol consumption and smoking cigarettes. To speed up healing, avoid strenuous exercise and don't expose the area to the sun.