Rosacea Treatment Cremorne – LAB Skin Clinic 02 9170 4693
Rosacea treatments Cremorne are performed by specialists at LAB Skin Clinic. Rosacea treatments are safe, painless and effective plus there is no downtime; your Rosacea treatments WILL result in remission and stronger, healthier and clearer skin.
Rosacea (or acne rosacea) is a chronic condition, characterized by facial erythema (redness) and sometimes pimples, and it affects all ages. The condition primarily affects women, more than men, between the ages of 30 and 60, of north-west European descent, who have fair skin and tend to flush or blush easily.
The condition is hereditary and not contagious.
Appearance of Rosacea:
Over 10% of people in Australia suffer the symptoms and signs of rosacea – and it is increasing…
- Flushing easily (blushing when you were younger)
- Couperoseness (redness) on the central face across the cheeks, nose, or forehead (less commonly it can also affect the neck, chest, ears, and scalp)
- Spider veins & broken capillaries (especially around the nose, chin and cheeks)
- Semi-permanent redness, telangiectasia (dilation of superficial blood vessels on the face)
- Lesions (red domed papules)
- Pustules & pimples
- Red gritty eyes
- Sensitive and reactive skin (burning and stinging sensations)
- In some advanced cases, a red lobulated nose (rhinophyma) may develop
Whilst there is no cure for Rosacea, effective management and avoiding the triggers will control the condition from worsening. LAB Skin Clinic’s dermal specialists have had many years’ experience helping clients eradicate the most visible signs of rosacea quickly, painlessly and permanently.
The most effective treatments combine customised active cosmeceutical skincare with IPL, gentle peels, Omnilux and oxygen therapy. Harsh Laser or ablative treatments must be avoided.
- Correct identification is vital
- Avoid flushing triggers
- Use hypoallergenic moisturisers & sunscreen daily
- Avoid irritants such as soap, cold winds and over-the-counter cosmetics
- Avoid facial products containing alcohol, astringents and other known irritants
- Topical hydrocortisone preparations worsen the condition and should be avoided.
Click on the link below to book an Initial Consultation or call us on 02 9170 4693 to chat to someone about your possible requirements.