If you are someone who suffers from rosacea, you may not have pinpointed the cause or found the best way of managing the condition yet. In our recent blog, Understanding and treating rosacea, we looked at factors such as stress, sun exposure, extreme temperatures, and strenuous exercise that can exacerbate the condition. We also explored common treatments, such as:
- Topical medications for treating papules and pustules
- Oral antibiotics
- Oral isotretinoin
- Brimonidine Tartrate for facial redness and flushing
- Oral treatments such as clonidine, beta-blockers, and anxiety medications
- Laser and IPL
In this week’s blog, we wanted to look at IPL treatments for rosacea in more detail.
One of the most common misconceptions about how laser tattoo removal works is that the treatment burns away the tattoo ink using the heat from the laser. In fact, there is no burning involved. If done correctly by a laser tattoo removal specialist such as The Private Skin Laser Clinic, you should not experience any burns or scarring.
Rosacea is a common skin condition that mainly affects the face. At this stage, the medical profession’s understanding about what causes it as well as finding a definitive cure is a work in progress.
Several factors have been attributed to causing rosacea, including abnormalities in the facial blood vessels and a reaction to microscopic mites commonly found on the face. We also know that, if you suffer from rosacea, it may become worse as a result of:
Unwanted hair may be the bane of your life and removing it at home is often time consuming, uncomfortable and can lead to unpleasant in-growing hairs that can even become infected. If you’re looking for an alternative, you may be interested in laser hair removal.
Laser hair removal is a popular and proven method of effective long-term hair reduction. It has been used for over 20 years and has a number of benefits over other hair removal methods.