Nurse Lana

Facial Hyperhydrosis

Botox can effectively treat rosacea by constricting the blood vessels in the skin. This constriction prevents the rapid rush of blood to the skin triggered by various factors.

Technique 1

For rosacea treatment, a small amount of Botox, typically around 15-20 units, is used. The Botox is diluted more than usual for this purpose.

Injections of diluted Botox can relax hyperactive capillaries, reducing skin redness and flushing associated with rosacea. Micro-Botox can also decrease sebaceous gland hyperactivity and pore size, both of which are involved in rosacea flares.

Results: Individuals who have already experienced the benefits of Botox for rosacea have reported noticeable improvements lasting for up to 3 to 4 months after a single treatment. This duration of effectiveness is uncommon for topical treatments. However, it’s important to note that these results are temporary, and regular maintenance treatments will be necessary.

Reconstitution: Mix 2mm of normal saline with 15 units of Botox. Use the mesotherapy technique with a short, 30 G needle of 4mm length. Inject intradermally, spacing injections 1cc apart and administering 1 unit per injection point all over the face.

Results: Clients can expect to see results within two weeks.

Combining Neurotoxins & Laser for Rosacea


Laser treatments can be effective in reducing the symptoms of rosacea. Specifically, a type of laser therapy called vascular laser treatment is commonly used for this purpose. Here’s how it works:

  1. Targeting blood vessels: Vascular lasers emit specific wavelengths of light that are absorbed by the blood vessels in the skin affected by rosacea. The laser energy targets the excess or dilated blood vessels, causing them to shrink and constrict.

  2. Blood vessel coagulation: The laser energy heats up the targeted blood vessels, leading to coagulation or clotting of the blood within them. This process helps to seal off the vessels and reduce their visibility.

  3. Reducing redness and flushing: By targeting the blood vessels responsible for the redness and flushing associated with rosacea, laser treatments can effectively minimize these symptoms. The heat generated by the laser also helps to reduce inflammation in the surrounding skin.

  4. Stimulating collagen production: Laser treatments can stimulate collagen production in the skin. Collagen is a protein that provides structural support and elasticity to the skin. By promoting collagen production, laser therapy can improve the overall texture and appearance of the skin affected by rosacea.

  5. Multiple sessions: Laser treatments for rosacea are typically done in a series of sessions to achieve optimal results. The number of sessions required may vary depending on the severity of the rosacea and the specific laser treatment used.


The following disclaimer is provided for informational purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice or a substitute for medical consultation. The online course on Advanced Techniques of Neurotoxins and Dermal Fillers, taught by Nurse Lana and affiliated with Sparkle Lifestyle & MediSpa, is designed to provide educational content and training in the field of aesthetic procedures involving neurotoxins and dermal fillers.

It is important to note that participating in this course does not qualify individuals as licensed healthcare professionals or certify them to administer neurotoxin or dermal filler treatments. The course is intended to enhance knowledge and understanding of advanced techniques related to neurotoxins and dermal fillers.

Participants should be aware that the proper administration and application of neurotoxins and dermal fillers require appropriate medical training, qualifications, and expertise. It is strongly recommended that individuals consult with a qualified healthcare professional and obtain appropriate licensure and certifications in their respective jurisdictions before attempting to perform these procedures. The course content is not intended to endorse or encourage the unauthorized practice of medicine or aesthetic procedures without proper qualifications.

The information provided in the course is based on current knowledge and practices in the field but may not reflect the most recent updates or advancements. Nurse Lana, as the course instructor, has made reasonable efforts to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the content; however, she cannot guarantee its completeness, accuracy, or suitability for any specific individual or situation.

Participants are responsible for their own actions and decisions related to the use of neurotoxins and dermal fillers and should exercise caution, skill, and professional judgment when applying the techniques learned in the course. Nurse Lana, Sparkle Lifestyle & MediSpa, and the platform hosting the course shall not be held liable for any damages, injuries, or adverse outcomes arising from the misuse, misinterpretation, or improper application of the techniques discussed in the course.

It is strongly advised that participants seek hands-on training, mentorship, and supervision from qualified healthcare professionals experienced in administering neurotoxins and dermal fillers to gain the necessary skills and competence before attempting to perform such procedures independently.

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