We Need to Talk About How to Treat Rosacea

Rosacea is a chronic disorder primarily of the facial skin. It typically begins any time after age 30 as a redness on the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead that comes and goes. Over time, the redness tends to become more persistent, and more visible blood vessels appear. Left untreated, bumps and pimples often develop. Although rosacea can affect anybody, individuals with fair skin who tend to blush easily are more likely to suffer from it. Wonderfully, Rosacea Treatment is now available to control or reverse the signs and symptoms. If you suspect you may have rosacea, I urge you to see a dermatologist or other knowledgeable physician for diagnosis and appropriate treatment. I can highly recommend Pulse Light Clinic who are super friendly and available to assist you with your Rosacea treatment, they have over 15 years experience in Rosacea treatment in London. You can contact Pulse Light Clinic to book in a free consultation and patch-test, just email them at [email protected] or call 0207 523 5158.

Symptoms of Rosacea

  • Flushing
  • Persistent Redness
  • Bumps and Pimples
  • Visible Blood Vessels
  • Eye Irritation
  • Dry Facial Skin
  • Skin Thickening (most commonly on the nose)
  • Facial Swelling

Subtypes of Rosacea

There are four subtypes of rosacea, many people experience symptoms of more than one of these at a time, and they can often develop in succession. Early diagnosis and treatment at a clinic you can trust is therefore recommended.

  • Subtype 1 (erythematotelangiectatic rosacea), characterized by flushing and persistent redness, and may also include visible blood vessels.
  • Subtype 2 (papulopustular rosacea), characterized by persistent redness with transient bumps and pimples.
  • Subtype 3 (phymatous rosacea), characterized by skin thickening, often resulting in an enlargement of the nose from excess tissue.
  • Subtype 4 (ocular rosacea), characterized by ocular manifestations such as dry eye, tearing and burning, swollen eyelids, recurrent styes and potential vision loss from corneal damage.

How is Rosacea Treated?

Various oral and topical medications may be prescribed to treat the bumps and pimples often associated with the disorder, but for people who don’t want to introduce harsh chemicals into their system Pulse Light Clinic London uses cutting edge IPL equipment that is some of the best and most advanced equipment available today. They also have a nutritional therapist on hand to help tackle the causes of the rosacea not just the symptoms. Experienced, helpful, friendly expert IPL practitioners are at your service. Their advanced equipment is great but it’s even better in the hands of their highly experienced practitioners. Nobody need suffer the pain of Rosacea, that often runs more than skin deep anymore, thanks to the wonderful advancing treatments we have available to us today!

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