What Is SRA Color Correction?: Reduce Appearance of Freckles, Rosacea, & Sun Damaged Skin

Hello Everyone,

Katie here. Today, I wanted to answer a popular question I get. What exactly is SRA Color Correction & Vein Reduction? When you first hear about SRA, it can sound scary (what do those letters stand for?). But I assure you, it is far from frightening. This treatment reduces the appearance of freckles, sun damage, dark spots, rosacea, acne, spider veins & more. So, let’s dive right into how we even out your skin tone!



Freckles are clusters of concentrated melaninized cells which are most easily visible on people with a fair complexion often becoming more pronounced with exposure to sunlight. Some people love their freckles. But if you’re one of those who don’t agree, our SRA Treatments target the skin with IPL (Intense Pulse Light) to preheat the skin and reduce if not eliminate signs of freckles entirely. Excited to see what your skin would look like without freckles?



Rosace is a condition in which certain facial blood vessels enlarge, giving the cheeks and nose a flushed appearance causing redness, swelling, acne, and discomfort. You’ll appreciate clearer skin quickly, with best results seen after just a few sessions of SRA Color Correction & Vein Reduction. Wouldn’t it be nice to not have to worry about your rosey cheeks anymore?



Much like Freckles and Rosacea, Sun Damage can be a condition that when discovered in the mirror only brings out insecurities, worries, and questions. No, don’t Google “new brown spot on my face”, we all know every google result leads to you dying in 24 hours. Luckily, this is not the case. SRA Color Correction & Vein Reduction treats this as well! We can almost, ALMOST… Say that we are certain that we can eliminate the effects of sun damaged skin such as dark spots on the face, arms, and hands. Let’s set up a Free Consultation?



As a kid, being able to see your veins can be kind of cool. You can draw along them and try to see where they go. But as an adult, they become an inconvenience and you tend to wonder if peoples attention is often on the veins that show through your skin. With just a few treatments, we can hide those pesky spider-veins from appearing through your skin and even out your skin tone to a smooth complexion.



Our SRA Color Correction technique combines light energy with radio frequency (RF) energy to remove only the targeted pigment and veins in the treatment area. The surrounding skin remains unharmed, so you will experience less discomfort than other procedures and require minimal to no downtime for recovery.



The SRA process occurs as follows:

  • Intense Pulsed Light energy directly preheats the targeted tissue, either pigmented irregularities or vascular lesions.
  • The heated tissue then attracts the radio frequency energy, which further elevates the temperature.
  • The heating destroys the targeted tissue, improving the appearance of the skin.



What should I avoid after treatment?
Trauma to the skin such as hot baths, massage or scratching should be avoided during the first 2 days following the treatment.

Should I wear sunscreen after treatment?
High factor sunscreen (at least 30 SPF) should be used for at least one month after the treatment.

How many treatments will I need?
The treatment protocol varies from individual but in general most patients require 3 to 4 treatments every 3 to 4 weeks. 1 Maintenance treatment may be needed every 4 to 8 months.

Conclusion Time. SRA Color Correction & Vein Reduction treats a variety of skin conditions ultimately with the same goal… To treat & even out your complexion while providing a clear skin tone. If any of the conditions above are something that you have considered treating, don’t hesitate to contact us today and talk with a professional who can help you!


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ps. Don’t forget to book a FREE CONSULTATION by calling (204) 296-2603.

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