Rosacea and Redness
Rosacea and the associated redness and skin inflammation can undermine your self confidence. Along with the redness, your skin may be sore, reactive to the environment, or become easily inflamed by certain foods. While Rosacea is a lifelong condition, there are methods to reduce the physical signs of Rosacea for a clearer skin and to minimize reoccurrence.
Rosacea is a chronic skin condition characterized by redness, blotchy patches, flushed skin, blushing, tiny red pimples, tiny veins or inflammation. It primarily affects the cheeks, nose, forehead and chin—but has been known to extend to the chest area. Rosacea often begins with slight redness or blushing, but may slowly progress into persistent redness and inflamed skin that is uncomfortable, sore, or painful.
Advanced Rosacea may result in swollen and red eyelids, red and painful eyes, broken blood vessels, or an enlarged nose known as rhinophyma. Your first step towards treating Rosacea is to book a consultation at our clinic and speak to a medical doctor for a proper diagnosis and skin evaluation.
Depending on the severity of the condition, we may recommend one treatment—or a combination therapy to help you achieve a clearer more even-toned skin.
Our top treatments for this condition are the Venus Versa. Regular treatments will result in a clearer, even-toned skin and a reduction in uncomfortable flare-ups.
- Venus Versa
- Gentlemax Pro