Red bumps, flushed skin- Rosacea

What is Rosacea? Photofacial-B-A-nose

Rosacea is a skin rash that appears on the centre of the face, like the cheeks, nose, forehead and chin. Often Rosacea appears as inflamed red bumps and pus spots remain on the skin persistently.

What causes Rosacea?

The cause of Rosacea is often not understood or exactly known. Some believe that it is due to the blood vessels dilating easily on the face. This skin condition is more common in women than in men. Also those who have a fair complexion and tend to flush easily. Therefore,  Rosacea become more noticeable. 

016808BC-7025-457D-9090-102E7BA7C84E Rosacea is appear worse when doing exercise, change in temperature  from hot to cold temperatures and stress.

In addition, the consumption of alcohol and hot spicy food make Rosacea worst. Even sunlight can trigger the severity of the skin condition. Therefore, there is many contributing factors that makes Rosacea worst among individuals.

Is Rosacea hereditary? 

Rosacea can run in family’s, however it has not been proven that there is a strong link to Rosacea and hereditary . 

What are the symptoms of Rosacea?

  • Face feels tender to touch, feels like a sting. Therefore, the skin feels very sensitivity.
  • Flushed skin, skin appears red. This leads to rashes developing.

What does Rosacea looks like? JaneIredale-Pro-Bride1-before-after

  • Face becomes flushed easily.
  • The centre parts of the face becomes red. 
  • Centre of the face starts to develop small red bumps and pustule spots.
  • Vessels in the face begins to dilate, giving the appearance of red strikes.  

How is Rosacea diagnosed?

Rosacea can be diagnosed by a skin specialist or by a dermatologist, who can advice best skin treatments to manage the condition. 

Is there a cure for Rosacea?

Rosacea is an ongoing skin condition that has no cure. However, it can be managed through customizable skin treatments or skin products targeted for Rosacea skin. At Saints European, we have special skin treatments for those individual who have Rosacea. This helps people to manage the condition and live a normal life. 

To find out more about our Rosacea treatments, call our friendly team on (828) 586 – 6172!

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