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Rosacea Treatment in London

Rosacea is a skin disease that affects people who are over 30 years. It causes redness on your cheeks, forehead, chin and nose. Some people find little bumps and pimples on the red parts of their faces. It can even lead to soreness and burning in your eyes.

Some people find that rosacea makes them lose their confidence at workor in social gatherings. If you suffer from rosacea and it is getting worse, it is advised to talk to your doctor. Getting the right treatment on time from our skin specialist can make your skin feel and look better.

Signs and symptoms of rosaceatreatment

  • Facial redness
    It usually leads to constant redness in the central part of your face. Small blood vessels on the cheeks and nose often swell and turn visible.
  • Swollen red bumps
    Many people with rosacea suffer from pimples on their face that looks similar to acne. These bumps sometimes consist of pus and your skin might be hot and tender due to this reason.
  • Sudden eye problems
    Majority of people who have rosacea face eye dryness, irritation and reddened eyelids. However, the eye symptoms might precede skin symptoms in rosacea for some people.
  • Enlarged nose
    Rosacea may thicken the skin on the nose making it appearbulbous. This usually occurs in men than women.

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How to take care of your skin during Rosacea

  • Take a mild cleanser for cleaning your face.
  • Use your fingertips to apply cleanser to your face.
  • Rinse with lukewarm or cool water.
  • Pat your face dry with a clean and soft towel.

Frequently asked questions on Rosacea

Is rosacea infectious?

No, rosacea is not an infectious disease, and it cannot spread due to contact with the skin or through inhaling airborne bacteria. The effectiveness of antibiotics against rosacea occurs due to anti-inflammatory effect, rather than the ability to get rid of bacteria.

Will rosacea worsen with age?

You cannot predict how rosacea will progress, though physicians have observed the signs and symptoms become increasingly severe without proper treatment. Almost half of rosacea sufferers said that their condition had advanced from early to middle stage within one year without treatment. Luckily, compliance with medical healing and lifestyle modifications to avoid rosacea triggers has been shown to control the signs and symptoms on a long term basis.

Is it possible for rosacea to occur in children?

Though rosacea is hardly seen in adolescents and children, there has been a number of rare cases on record. The disease can be hereditary, and the sufferers would always be on the lookout for early signs in children for proper diagnosis and treatment before the condition becomes worse.

How long will rosacea last?

Rosacea is a severe disorder that is usually characterized by relapses. Though there is no specific treatment for rosacea, its symptoms can usually be controlled with proper medical remedy and change in lifestyle. As per the studies, rosacea patients continue their therapy for a long term and experience several symptoms.

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