ROSACEA

SYMPTOMS

Rosacea often presents itself with symptoms including:

  • redness
  • flushing
  • hardening of the skin
  • spots
  • a stinging or burning sensation
  • the appearance of red broken blood vessels.

Severe symptoms might include dry, sore eyes and a thickening of the skin, particularly around the nose. Most sufferers report flare-ups, with symptoms worsening and reoccurring over time., whereby the skin becomes red for short periods of time, as well as permanent redness, burning and stinging sensations and spots. This can be triggered by a number of things including environment, hormone levels, smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, diet and exercise.

Rosacea affects more women than men, typically in their 30s to 50s; however, symptoms can begin to show from your early 20s. It is primarily seen on the nose, cheeks, forehead and chin, as well as the neck and chest and is often mistaken for acne, eczema or some other skin allergy. Left untreated, symptoms will worsen, so early action is advised. Sadly, there is currently no cure, only treatment. But treatments have evolved considerably over recent years, allowing sufferers of rosacea to enjoy clearer, smoother, stress-free skin. Rosacea is a common long-term skin condition that mainly affects the face. It most commonly affects fair-skinned people is estimated to affect up to one in 10 people.

MANAGEMENT

It is extremely important to establish a good skincare routine that has been specifically designed for your needs. Harsh products should always be avoided and the use of an SPF (preferably factor 50) that is sensitive enough to use on your face should always be used in all weathers. There are many skincare products specially designed to care for red, sensitive skin. These contain soothing, gentle ingredients, chosen for their non-irritant properties.

Skin Peels are a fantastic way of reducing redness gently and effectively and helping with sensitivity.

RECOMMENDED TREATMENTS

We offer a wide range of Rosacea treatments at Cheek Medispa. To determine the correct treatment for you, we would recommend a free consultation to discuss and evaluate your concerns and also the results you want to achieve.

Skin Peel

SKIN PEELS

Skin Peels harness the power of naturally occurring acids and active ingredients to deeply exfoliate and brighten the skin. The treatment stimulates new cell growth and collagen production, helping to reveal younger, clearer, brighter skin.

SKIN PEELS

HYDRALIFT FX

Hydralift FX is a deep peel performed with microdermabrasion to allow us to work deeper into the skin giving advanced skincare results. Ideal for skin that has signs of premature ageing, acne and oily skin types.

HYDRALIFT FX

RADIOFREQUENCY (RF)

RF energy is able to penetrate deep into the skin and affect the deeper dermis and subcutaneous layers, causing tightening and improvements to the underlying tissue structure for facial rejuvenation and collagen stimulation.

RADIOFREQUENCY (RF)

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Why is my skin red and itchy?

Red, itchy skin might be caused by eczema or other types of dermatitis. It could also be an allergic reaction to a skincare product, perfume, or the washing powder you use.

What daily routine should I follow to avoid any flare ups?

You should use products that actively reduce the appearance of skin redness providing a calming relief for redness and flare-ups caused by skin hypersensitivity. Medik 8 products supports the lipid barrier of the skin which visibly reduces the signs of soreness and surface irritation.

How do I get rid of skin redness from acne?

Active acne can be angry, red and inflamed. Acne-prone skin is often very sensitive and you should be careful with what you apply to it. Skin products specifically for active acne contain anti-inflammatory ingredients to help reduce redness. A dermatologist may also be able to prescribe medication to help address the infection.

Should I use an SPF?

Yes SPF 50 is paramount all year round. This should be specifically for the face.

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