The signs and symptoms of rosacea vary from one person to another, which is why Georgia willtailor the treatment programme based on the individual's specific needs. This will be done with a thorougher skin assessment and analysis. Enabling us to work together with a skin program that will suit and work for the individuals time and skin problems and concerns.
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Prices start from £80 for in-house treatments, with a cosmeceutical product range prescription for your individual needs which is result driven advance home care! There is currently no cure for rosacea, but treatment can help control the symptoms. Long-term treatment is necessary but often achieved quite quickly once the skins hydration levels and correct usage of cosmeceutical products are combined with the advance healing of the A-Lift non-invasive, non surgical, nano current facial machine and the Light Fusion Advance light therapy Machine. Avoiding known triggers – for example, avoiding drinks containing alcohol or caffeine, spicy foods and sun light will also help this condition from flaring up.
WHAT IS ROSACEA
Rosacea is a long-term skin condition that mainly affects the face and is characterised by a red, flushed appearance caused by blood vessels expanding. It is a chronic, relapsing condition which experiences periods of severe flare-ups and remissions. Most commonly found on the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead and is often only noticeable once we reach our late 30’s onwards ! If rosacea is left untreated bumps and pimples often develop (making people think they have acne) and in severe cases the nose may grow swollen and bumpy from excess tissue.
Rosacea can effect anyone, but is most commonly found in people who are fair-skinned from northern Europe. It is estimated that up to one in 10 people are affected; women are more frequently diagnosed, however the more severe symptoms tend to be seen in men. Rosacea is not caused by alcohol abuse, but in people who have rosacea, drinking alcohol may cause symptoms to get worse. Acne and rosacea are often mistaken as the same thing, however that are different skin conditions. The rosacea sufferer do not as a rule have oily spotty skins and have normally had lovely clear problem free skin growing up. With rosacea large areas of the face may experience redness, rather than just where a breakout occurs. There is an absence of blackheads and Rosacea is not hormone related, so medications relating to this will not help.
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