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Redness and rosacea are common skin conditions which presents acne like bumps (papules and pustules), red or pink patches and broken capillaries, typically on the nose, forehead and cheeks.
Types of Rosacea includes:
Whilst the exact cause of rosacea is unknown, the condition is aggravated by factors that dilate blood vessels including: sunlight, exercise, hot saunas, alcohol, medication, oral and topical corticosteroids.
Whilst we do not believe there are permanent skin treatments for rosacea, we do feel a combination of treatments can manage the skin condition including collagen induction therapy or IPL.
Collagen Induction Therapy (or skin / micro needling) treats Rosacea or redness by using a needling pen to create small perforations or micro channels in the skin. These channels stimulate collagen tissue production due to the healing response of the deeper skin layers, strengthening and thickening the skin. This makes the skin more resistant to the triggers that cause redness associated with Rosacea. A course of three is recommended for optimal results.
IPL Skin Rejuvenation uses high energy light waves to treat the dilated blood vessels in the affected areas of the face to keep redness and inflammation under control.
Book a complimentary consultation and our highly trained skin therapists will assess the severity of your Rosacea and recommend a treatment plan tailored to you.
The following treatments can be applied to target Rosacea and the exact plan will depend on the severity of your condition:
The following cosmeceutical skin care is recommended as after care for the treatments outlined above. Skin care in combination with skin treatments optimise results.
Don’t let your confidence be impacted by Rosacea. Book a complimentary consultation to have a treatment plan tailored for you.
Collagen Induction Therapy may be beneficial for treating rosacea because it can help reduce inflammation and improve blood circulation. It may also help reduce the number of bacteria on the skin
ASAP Glycolic peel has been helpful in managing Rosacea as part of a broader treatment plan. Our Clinical Therapists can assist in tailoring a plan for your skin
Yes. CIT (Collagen Induction Therapy) effectively helps to build the tissue within the stretch marks though the production of collagen. This builds up the indentation and reduces the colour of the stretch marks, in some cases making them disappear completely.