The price tag may look steep for a little bottle of serum, but it's a whole lot less than having a doctor zap your face with an LED light -- plus, a little of this product goes a long way. And for those who have a major issue with broken capillaries and the accompanying redness, it's a small price to pay. A concoction of Florida star facialist Tammy Fender, this 100-percent organic blend (which makes it expensive) of chamomile, neroli and rose oils helps rejuvenate delicate skin tissue, while carrot seed stimulates new skin cell growth. For a medical second opinion, I turned to Santa Monica dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon Dr. R. Sonia Batra. "Antioxidants do help neutralize free radical damage and decrease inflammation in the skin," said Batra, "and thereby lessen the appearance of dilated superficial blood vessels." Enough said -- we're sold!