Recently, Hare McCoppin and colleagues reviewed the literature on laser treatment for facial telangiectasias. Laser treatment is very effective for facial telangiectasias, sometimes even after just one treatment session [2,6]. The pulsed dye laser (PDL) is widely used and regarded as safe and effective, with low incidence of pigment changes and scarring. After treatment, purpura may occur as a result of vessel rupture due to microvaporization of erythrocytes [2]. Purpura may last more than 7 days and decrease treatment acceptance.