Rosacea Treatments: How Can We Put Your Red Skin At Bay?
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What Is Rosacea?
Do you suffer from Rosacea? This skin condition can become visible at any point in one’s life, and although it can appear anywhere on the body, it is usually seen on the face. As it is a long-term condition that often causes discomfort, more often than not, the occupiers will seek out ways of lessening the appearance of the persistent redness of the face that stems from dilated blood vessels and abnormal thickness to the area of the skin.
This skin defect is a lot more common than you may think; with studies showing that there are 414,960,000 rosacea sufferers worldwide. In the beginning, Rosacea will begin its course by giving a flushed look to the cheeks that later spread over to the nose, chin and other areas of the face. Even though it is usually in the form of a rash, in some cases, it can protrude and cause pus-filled spots and a red bumpy aesthetic to the redness.
What Causes Rosacea?
Although there are no scientifically proven causes of the severe skin condition, whether it’s due to environmental factors, an unhealthy diet or it is hereditary, it has been known that eating foods containing Cinnamaldehyde can worsen its effects. There are also home remedies that may help improve the look of your Rosacea; using a redness-reducing cleanser daily and avoiding scented products have both been known to contribute to a certain degree. We recommend keeping a note of what triggers your Rosacea so that you can avoid this at all costs.
If you’re on the hunt for a rosacea treatment that’ll give you even better results, aesthetic clinics may be your best bet.
If you suffer from this unappealing skin condition and would like to find a more effective way of bringing your natural skin tone to the forefront again, we can help you. Here at Aesthetics of Liverpool, we are a team of highly qualified and experienced clinicians and dermatologists who are faced with every skin condition under the sun. And like other severe conditions, we are aware of the toll that Rosacea can have on its sufferers.
This skin condition is often misunderstood in that the carriers are told that it is a form of acne, psoriasis or other severe skin conditions that it has no relation to, meaning the carriers are not able to get the treatments that they require. If you were to choose our leading aesthetics clinic, you would be offered treatments that have been trialled and tested for the Rosacea skin condition in the past, meaning we are aware of the benefits behind them.
Continue reading to find out what treatments we can undergo to bring your skin with Rosacea back to being an even tone, and feeling smooth and supple.
The E-Light for Rosacea
The E-Light combines Radio Frequency with IPL (intense pulse light) Technology to target problem areas by heating it at a precise temperature and creating a thermal path in which the energy can travel through to break down the skin cells. Once broken down, electromagnetic energy is delivered to the conditioned area and targets the vascular and pigmented areas of the skin to eventually even it out. With its outstanding results, this painless, non-invasive treatment can have you carrying on with your daily tasks as soon as it’s completed.
LED Light Therapy for Rosacea
The LED Light Therapy treatments have become increasingly popular in the aesthetics industry, with it originally being used by NASA in the growth of plants. The LED colour wavelengths penetrate the problem areas that are being taken over by the chronic condition of Rosacea and by doing so, it encourages the natural production of collagen; the element of the skin that keeps it looking plump, revitalised and clear. This non-invasive treatment not only reduces the appearance of the redness and the itchiness, but it hydrates the skin, too; giving impeccable results.
Skin Peels for Rosacea
Our range of impressive skin peels works to exfoliate the top layer of skin, essentially breaking it down so that the skin turnover process is sped up; leaving a brand new layer of skin to reveal itself. The more of these skin peels you have, the more likely your Rosacea will become less apparent because the peels work to counteract the clog-up of dead cells which initially aggravates Rosacea. Each peel works to reduce inflammation while also encouraging the healing process; which one is best for you will be determined in your consultation.
Low Light Laser Therapy for Rosacea
Although this treatment may sound similar to our LED Light Therapy, it has been in the medical industry for a lot longer; with it having stimulated new cells for over fifty years. This procedure works to encourage the healing process again, while also penetrating the deeper tissues and nerves so that they replenish, too. It does this by utilising multiple wavelengths of light energy to reach the underlying levels of the skin; leaving the new layer looking revitalised and fresh.
Are you looking for Rosacea treatments in Liverpool? Here at Aesthetics of Liverpool, we pride ourselves in giving each and every client of ours a bespoke service so that we can accomplish their desired results. As Rosacea is very varied in its severity, we aim to give you a treatment plan that is entirely designed to help your skin condition.
If you’re interested in any of the above treatments, or you’d like to book your consultation to find out which treatment would work best for your skin type and condition, as well as what to expect pre, during and post-procedure then feel free to contact us on 0151 203 1393 today or visit our website for extra details. We cannot wait to welcome you into our Liverpool aesthetics clinic for the start of your journey to clear, healthy and happy skin.