Rosacea Treatments


Let’s replenish hydration and calm your sensitive skin, minimizing flushing and redness.  Utilizing the combination of gentle cleansing and masks, we’ll help soothe your compromised skin. Then enjoy a gentle infusion of oxygen that will help stimulate skin blood flow.  In combination, these tools will promote a pleasant sense of well-being for both you and your skin.  These techniques will aid in reducing redness, irritation, and inflammation associated with sensitive/rosacea skin types.

  • Zymase Mask

A renewing treatment for use on inflamed acne and sensitive skin.  Following the application of this therapeutic mask, your skin will be prepared for extraction of the bacteria that cause problematic skin. Our mask will help brighten and clarify Rosacea prone with deep exfoliation to eradicate superficial cells, break down the keratin buildup, and  promote cellular renewal of skin that is sensitive or subject to irritation.

  • Laser Skin Rejuvenation (Syneron® RF/IPL)

Safely and comfortably fade the appearance of skin imperfections caused by the sun and uneven skin tones caused by brown and red spots.  Highly selective light energies are absorbed by the blood vessels and pigmented skin cells resulting in improvement in such conditions as rosacea and age spots.  This process helps specifically target damaged cells, while preserving adjacent normal tissue.


  • Mandelic Peels

Mandelic acid helps to minimize the signs of intermittent to persistent skin redness.  This gentle, yet high performance peel is appropriate for all patients and is designed to enhance the appearance of those with sensitive and persistently red complexions.

Mandelic Acid peels can be used to reduce occasional or permanent skin redness, minimize mild photo-aging and hyperpigmentation and provide superficial exfoliation.  This formula is also ideally suited to patients experiencing skin sensitivity and can be used year-round.

We are proud to serve patients from Scranton, Allentown, and Harrisburg.

For more details on this procedure or to schedule a consultation, please call Robert M. Kimmel, MD, FACS, PC at (570) 622-2900, (570) 455-4252 or contact us via email.

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