Rosacea Consultation & Treatment

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INFORMATION: Rosacea (rose-AY-sha) is a skin disease that causes redness and swelling on the face. Rosacea may begin as a tendency to flush or blush easily and progress to persistent redness in the centre of the face that gradually spreads over the cheeks, forehead, chin and sometimes even the eyes. As the disease progresses, small dilated blood vessels known as 'telangiectasia' and tiny pimples begin to appear on and around the reddened area. However, unlike acne, there are no blackheads or whiteheads. In the past, rosacea used to be wrongly called 'adult acne' or 'acne rosacea'. When it first develops, rosacea may come and go on its own, but when the skin doesn't return to its normal colour and when other symptoms such as pimples and enlarged blood vessels become visible, it's best to seek advice from a dermatologist.

The symptoms can be painful or itchy and in some cases there may be a burning feeling over the affected skin and the nose in particular can become very painful. The symptoms can be unsightly and distressing as sufferers are often accused of having a 'drink problem' because of their red-faced appearance. Rosacea rarely reverses itself and may last for years and can become worse without treatment. This can be seen in the cheeks with thread veins, redness and small red spots of rosacea and the nose may become sensitive and painful.

CAUSES: The exact cause of rosacea is unknown, although the following factors may be involved:

  • Blood vessels under the affected skin become dilated and enlarged allowing cells to escape and cause inflammation
  • A tiny mite called Demodex Follicularum, which lives harmelessly on the skin of many people, has been noted in higher numbers in individuals with rosacea.
  • This mite is thought to harbour a bacterium that makes rosacea worse by leading to inflammation (redness)
  • Rosacea may be genetic, particularly in Celtic people
  • Long-term use of steroid creams on the face may cause more severe rosacea and thread veins.
  • Digestive health

TREATMENT: Emma is a nurse trained in Dermatology and has also worked as a complementary therapist for many years, so encompasses all of these skills in her treatment approaches. Your treatment plan will therefore include both orthodox medicine preparations and alternative remedies, combined with a lifestyle scan.

PRICES: These vary but Emma will work with you to design a programme which will fit both your budget and lifestyle realistically, ensuring the best possible outcome.

Please click to book your free consultation with Emma or scroll down and add this option to your basket, then checkout as normal. Any deposit paid will be redeemed against any treatment you have with Inner-Soul clinics.

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