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Rosacea

About this condition

The most obvious symptom of rosacea is a clear redness to the skin that can appear as though the affected person is flushed or blushing. Blushing and flushing however, are very different from rosacea and are caused by a quick and temporary flooding of blood to the face. 

Rosacea will usually have secondary symptoms besides redness, like stinging or burning sensations, visible blood vessels, spots and permanent redness. It is a long term concern and there are 4 commonly recognised types of rosacea, each with slightly different characteristics and severity levels. 

Erythematotelangiectatic (ETR) Rosacea is the most typically thought of type, presenting itself as prolonged facial flushing, a constant redness to the background of the face and sometimes shows dilated blood vessels close to the surface of the skin. This is more common in women over the age of 30. 

Acne rosacea is very much as it sounds, presenting as an outbreak of small pustules usually across the nose and cheeks, combined with redness. Some people believe that this can be caused by an increased volume of demodex mites living close to the sebaceous gland and hair follicles on the skin. 

Rhinophyma (pertaining to a red nose) is the type of rosacea whereby the glands beneath the skin’s surface engorge and form together to cause the nose to redden and swell. This is likely to be due to a build-up of lymph fluid, but there is no absolute certainty that this is the case. 

Ocular rosacea is a secondary type of rosacea that occurs alongside the skin condition and is reported to affect around half of all rosacea sufferers. The symptoms of ocular rosacea can be dry and itchy eyes, inflammation, and bloodshot eyes. This usually starts to improve when the accompanying skin condition is successfully addressed. 

Some people with rosacea may notice an increase in symptoms through some triggers such as food, stress, alcohol consumption, and sun exposure. Unfortunately, rosacea is a long-term condition with no direct ‘cure’. However,  through careful assessment and monitoring, the team at Paradise Aesthetic Clinic can help manage the condition effectively and reduce the appearance of symptoms. 

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