ROSACEA & SKIN REDNESS 

LONGTERM SKIN CONDITIONS

 

 

Rosacea mainly affects the face and is more common in women and people with lighter skin. It is usually worse in men if they do get it. 

 

Rosacea is a chronic, episodic and progressive inflammatory vascular disorder that affects up to 10% of the adult population. Sufferers get severe flushing and redness on the cheeks, chin, nose and forehead. As the condition progresses the redness may become permanent with further blemishes and pustules appearing.

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In very serious cases of Rosacea, the skin thickens into lumpy masses of excess tissue. When this happens on the nose it's called Rhinophyma which can cause emotional distress and physical discomfort.

Treatments Recommended

Dermalux Tri-Wave MD LED Light Therapy

SkinPen Precision

CollagenWave 

IPL Facial

ClearVein

Products 

Rozatrol 

Skin Normalising System 

Growth Factor Serum 

Complexion Clearing Masque 

Daily Power Defense

Oil Control Pads Acne Treatment 

Exfoliating Polish 

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