Broken Vessels


#1

Im curious to know if anyone else has stumbled across those tiny red broken vessels that pop up on the side of the nose? Ive recently discovered them on both sides of my nose. Nowhere else on my face, just along side the nose. I did some digging at what causes it and even tried some natural remedies and so far its only reduced the redness. Anyone else have these?


#2

. Yes. I have had them since forever under each nostril. I was told it was from all aggressive nose blowing and popping my ears I do bc of allergies and issues with ear drainage. I just use concealer, but tbh I quit worrying about them
Before that, in 5th grade I was showing off with a plastic water cup sucking in the air, holding it up to my mouth. sort of like the “Kylie Jenner Challenge,” way before she was born. Yours truly had a perfectly red ring of broken capillaries for months.
Broken capillaries in top of the nose and cheeks
are often, but not always, symptomatic of heavy drinking aka "gin blossoms,"I can think of many famous people who sported them, but I shall refrain.Please don’t let them bother you. It is possible they will fade and like the pimple we are all convinced everyone is starting at,chances no one notices. If you wear makeup look into a color correcting concealer, NYX makes decent and affordable ones.


#3

i haven’t had this happen to me or with either of my kids yet, but i am interested to learn of it.


#4

I haven’t experienced that I don’t have any suggestions.


#5

I have have that’s like right between my nose and eye. I never really thought too much about it and haven’t tried to get rid of it, but I’d definitely like to! One source says you can try to get rid of them by refrigerating your skin care products. I thought that was pretty interesting and I think it’s a fairly easy thing to start off with and maybe go from there!https://www.marieclaire.com/beauty/a26539/broken-capillaries/


#6

I have them very faintly on the sides of my nostrils.
But I really only notice them when I am looking in the mirror closely.
Is that the same kind of thing?
Or is what you are experiencing very noticeable?


#7

Not extremely noticeable as far as pigment, just more of an aggravation really.


#8

The fridge idea makes a lot of sense. Thanks!

There’s a lot of room between a classic “gin blossom” and a few tiny broken blood vessels. If they’re really obvious, it might be sensible to find out why this is happening. High blood pressure? I have also heard people say they are a slight bacterial or viral problem, in which case,
while this might be helped by antibiotics, maybe starting with a really good cleanser and some tea tree oil will help


#9

I had to think really hard about this topic. But I faintly remember seeing some people that have this. I’ve never experienced this.


#10

I’ve been experiencing dryness on the sides of my nose but I think mine is due to the weather being weird. I’m pretty young though so no broken blood vessels for now.


#11

@emiley_smith
These are called Telangiectasias, and they are dilated capillaries that have appeared near the surface of your skin. These are permanent, and caused by several factors: injury to the skin such as friction, extreme temperatures, sun exposure. Drugs and medicines which dilate blood vessels like tobacco and alcohol can worsen the condition.

Telangiectasias are deep enough in the skin creams aren’t going to cut it. Light therapy like laser or intense pulsed light is the recommend choice for remedy, which will cut off the blood flow and dry up the capillary.
Results are nearly immediate.

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#12

I have not experienced this, but I know people say not to really pop pimples on your nose or squeeze anything too hard because the skin on your nose is thin and very easy to bruise.


#13

Ok…yeah I have SEEN people who have this…drugs def caused it…and I’m not talking perscription drugs.


#14

Its interesting to see this tonight as I was just speaking to my physician about it today. The many years of smoking, which I stopped 2 years ago, seems to be a justifiable culprit. We discussed a light therapy option that I found to be interesting and cant wait to try. Thank you


#15

I have a couple on my nose. And I’ve only heard the same as John has said. Laser to get rid of them. No creams or anything will help.


#16

I have rosacea and have these on my nose and cheeks. As far as I am aware, the only way to get rid of them is the laser treatment.


#17

Fascinating to learn what those are! Now I know what to recommend to others :slight_smile:


#18

I have never had this happen to me.


#19

Fortunately, I don’t suffer from this problem. I have noticed it on others though, it’s very interesting to finally know what this is and what actually causes it.


#20

My best friend in high school had a pronounced one on her nose. She had an in-office laser treatment which was immediate and permanent. To my knowledge, this is the only treatment to get rid of these. May be possible to get health insurance to cover it if it is a result of allergies or chronic skin condition.