Rosacea / Pigmentation

Characterised by red pigmentation on the skin, the appearance and feeling of Rosacea can be reduced with a treatment unique to you.

WHAT IS ROSACEA / PIGMENTATION?

Rosacea is a skin condition characterised by redness and visible blood vessels on the face, along with pimples and swelling, typically affecting the nose, cheeks, forehead, and chin, often causing discomfort and self-consciousness.

Acne & Rosacea Member

Eliza Clark is a member of the Acne and Rosacea Association, a charity started by Consultant Dermatologist Dr Tony Chu, to implement consistent and best practice in treatment. Eliza is happy to prescribe treatments, and would recommend working in tandem with, or at least informing your GP of any treatments recommended.

The overall appearance and feeling of Rosacea can be reduced with various treatments. We always recommend a consultation so we can truly evaluate your skin and find the best suitable service.

CONTROLLED ROSACEA TREATMENTS

It may take a while to identify what works for you and what doesn’t. It’s useful to keep a journal of symptoms. This will help to identify both your triggers, and the treatments which work best for you. Treatments are likely to need at least 6 weeks to assess efficacy.

Generally we start with a specialist skincare and peel regime. We can add in topical prescription medicines to tighten blood vessels, clear up bumps and swelling, antibiotics to reduce bacteria and redness. Lumecca IPL can help to clear broken veins.

PROVIDING ASSISSTANCE IN TREATING ROSACEA

Rosacea can also be painful. After a while, broken blood vessels might show through your skin, which can thicken and swell up. Up to half of people with rosacea also get eye problems like redness, swelling, and pain.

The overall appearance and feeling of Rosacea can be reduced with various treatments. We always recommend a consultation so we can truly evaluate your skin and find the best suitable service.

DISCOVER THE BEST SOLUTION FOR YOU

For severe rosacea, prescription oral medications may be recommended and supplied, and I am in the process of trialling the use of Tixel to control symptoms for several months.

Whilst it may take some time and patience, it is usually possible to greatly improve your rosacea. I will support you through this process, and help you discover your best skin.

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