How to Get Rid of Broken Blood Vessels on Your Face

by Keeley Selvage

Broken blood vessels occur on the face when the skin is exposed to aggravation or extreme temperatures, but applying a cream with vitamin K oxide strengthens the capillary walls. Prevent broken blood vessels or have them professionally removed with helpful information from a clinical aesthetician in this free video on skin care.

About the Author

Keeley Selvage has been in the skin care industry for more than five years. She was employed at a physician's office for three years where she was the senior clinical aesthetician. While there, Selvage performed several types of laser treatments, skin tightening, wrinkle reduction and hair removal.