Understanding Rosacea | facial flushing

Rosacea is a chronic skin disorder, that, if left untreated can progress and permanently worsen. From minor and transient facial flushing through to hot, pustular and chronically inflamed skin, we have many solutions to help.

A personalised Skin Assessment with one of our Cosmetic Dermal Therapists will determine a program utilising the latest treatments alongside cutting edge techniques, to ensure quick, safe and optimal results to manage your Rosacea concerns.

Types of Rosacea we treat and manage:

Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that is classified into stages of severity. There are many theories as to what causes Rosacea but until a true cause is known, permanent resolution is difficult. Therefore, Rosacea treatments are about improvement of your current skin condition, maintenance and prevention.

How we can help.  Rosacea treatments will erase visible capillaries and minimise skin flushing. Our aim is to reduce the progression of and manage this chronic skin condition. Utilising a number of IPL wavelengths from our Medical Grade IPL system we can specifically treat the superficial vessels, that cause dilated vessels and deeper vessels that cause diffuse redness, seen as flushing.

Improvement. A reduction will be seen in the superficial and deeper vessels that cause flushing and redness in as little as 4 to 6 treatments. Follow up treatments are required to maintain your results, and the frequency of these treatments depends upon your skin concerns and lifestyle choices.

Quick Results. No Downtime. To ensure quick results during your treatment program, increase the skins healing capacity, prolong time in between maintenance treatments and help prevent further damage, the daily use of mild AHAs, anti-inflammatory serums, antioxidants, vitamins and a non-irritating broad spectrum sunscreen is highly recommended.

Please call our Cosmetic Dermal Therapists now for more information and to book a Skin Consultation.

In clinic and at home treatment solutions for Rosacea: