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Madison LeCroy Opens Up About Her Recent “Really Bad Rosacea Flares” and Treatment
The Southern Charm cast member revealed the laser treatment she uses to target her skin concerns.
Over the years, Madison LeCroy has been transparent about the various fitness and beauty routines that keep her glowing from the inside out. Recently, the Southern Charm cast member gave fans the details of a special laser treatment she’s been receiving to help with rosacea.
“I’ve been coming to [skin therapy clinic] Ella Ora for years and they are the only ones I trust with my skin! Like hands down,” the Charleston mom revealed in a November 9 Instagram Story snap of her makeup-free face. “Recently I’ve had some really bad rosacea flares and they have a new laser that treats rosacea redness, hyperpigmentation, etc. It was near painless and I was only red for about 20 minutes after — my skin literally the next morning was less red and inflamed and I could truly tell a difference that fast.”
She continued: “[The Dye VL laser] is different from [intense pulsed light] technologies because it uses a different filtering system — it’s so simple and easy!! Couldn’t recommend more.”
Ella Ora also shared a video of Madison undergoing the procedure on its Instagram page, claiming that the new technology targets things like “age spots, port wine stains, hemangioma,” and more.
In addition to keeping her skin glowing, Madison has continued her grueling fitness routine ahead of her November nuptials to her fiancé, Brett Randle. During Season 6 of Southern Charm, the hairstylist shared how she was “shredding for the wedding” with her trainer, Gunnar Moldrik (and costar Venita Aspen). “My workout routine is five to six days a week — sometimes two times a day,” Madison revealed during an episode. “My fiancé is hot as s--t, so I have to work out.”
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