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Rosacea

What is Rosacea?

Rosacea is a condition of the skin that results in visible blood vessels and general redness in the face. Sometimes, small pus-filled reddish bumps are also present. The condition can flare up and last for several weeks then disappear for long periods of time. In some cases, rosacea is mistaken for acne. It can appear in anyone but rosacea is more likely to occur in women with light skin who are middle-aged. While there is no cure, it can be treated and its symptoms reduced.

Signs and Symptoms of Rosacea

The signs and symptoms to look for with rosacea can vary. Common signs include:

  • Persistent redness in the center of the face
  • Swollen and visible blood vessels on the nose and cheeks
  • Dry and irritated eyes
  • Enlarged nose caused by thickening skin

What Causes Rosacea?

There is no known cause of rosacea and it is not caused by poor self-care or hygiene. There may be genetic and environmental triggers at play. Additional factors that can cause flare-ups of rosacea include:

  • Hot drinks
  • Spicy foods
  • Extreme temperatures or weather
  • Sunlight and wind
  • Stress or strong emotions
  • Exercise
  • Blood pressure medications
  • Cosmetics

Risk factors for the condition include a genetic history, being female, having lighter skin, having sun damage, smoking and being over the age of 30.

Before and After Photos

AFTER 3 TREATMENTS TO LOWER FACE WITH IPL/VARILITE Rosecea Before After IPL VariLite 01

AFTER 3 TREATMENTS TO LOWER FACE WITH IPL/VARILITE Rosecea Before After IPL VariLite 02

AFTER 3 TREATMENTS TO LOWER FACE WITH LIMELIGHT IPL LimeLight Excel Photorejuventation Rosacea Before After 01

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