Dorothy Mosley thought she had a blushing problem and often shied away from photos because she was embarrassed by her red face. After learning she had Rosacea, she sought out "pulse light" treatments, which decreased her facial redness and allowed...
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Jennifer Mathew: Dorothy Mosley is taking full advantage of retirement. Dorothy Mosley: Oh! We went to South America on my first cruise that we went on. Jennifer Mathew: She documents every trip with photos, she turns into a show. The most recent ones are especially exciting. Dorothy Mosley: I had never gone that long without you know having a reaction. So that was quite thrilling. Jennifer Mathew: Dorothy has rosacea, a condition where blood vessels stay dilated. Dorothy Mosley: And it was like blushing, you know to start with, but then when you realize that it's different, it's the heat, you know that heat is intense. Jennifer Mathew: Today the redness is minor. The difference came in a flash. Dr. Randy Coverman uses a new pulse light to shrink the vessels. It heats them until they disappear. Dr. Randy Coverman: These were people who were embarrassed to go out. Their face were always red and people would, you know, would look at them and now they can go about their business and enjoy life. Jennifer Mathew: It also has cosmetic uses. Alice in Jennings is here to take care of her freckles. Dr. Randy Coverman: The size of this is very unique so you can do it quickly. Jennifer Mathew: She has already had her chest and back treated. Alice: You know the worst part is the burning afterwards. Jennifer Mathew: In just two weeks though the freckles will be gone. Since rosacea is an ongoing condition, Dorothy may need the treatment again, but for now she can focus on playing. This is Jennifer Mathew who's reporting.

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