Any suggestions for Red/flushing/blushing eyebrows? (photos)

I have been diagnosed: ulerythema ophryogenes, my derm tried to cure but without succes. Then i tried another derm, he diagnosed rosacea acne or something similar, i took medicine but again no success. What i also have tried: vbeam (works on red cheeks but not eyebrows), mirvaso(works for 2 days, after i get high flush), finacea(didnt see any improvement), elidel(maybe helps a little bit), also tried many orher creams with urea, to keep me skin not too dry. Btw,It is not itchy. Please help.

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Lasers and brows

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This is extremely hard to treat. In order to give lasers the best possible chance, brows NEED to be shaved, as the laser energy is taken up by hair. I have treated several cases in the past, some respond, some don't, however if one were to try the settings of the V BEAM or Excel V has to be very high- preferably bruising settings. The other option is to do a test spot, ie. 10 mm spot size on your lateral brow, area shaved. Best advice I can give you.CheersDr Davin LimLaser and aesthetic dermatologistBrisbane, Australia. 

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