Rosacea Treatment in Altrincham

What is Rosacea?

Rosacea is a chronic skin condition characterised by facial flushing redness telangiectasis (visible blood vessels) sometimes blemishes. The first sign of rosacea may be the onset of visible redness that comes and goes and varies in intensity.

Rosacea Treatment FAQs

Redness prone skin is most often seen in fair-skinned individuals, typically between the ages of 30 and 50, and generally affects the cheeks, nose, forehead, and chin. While it is more common in women it can be more aggressive for men.

Flush face
 

Subtype 1:

FACIAL REDNESS

(Erythematotelangiectatic Rosacea) flushing and persistent redness. visible blood vessels may also appear.

Facial redness

Subtype 2:

BUMPS & PIMPLES

(Papulopustlar Rosacea) persistent facial redness with bumps or pipes. often seen following or with subtype 1.

Thick skin on nose

 

Subtype 3:

SKIN THICKENING

(Phymatous Rosacea) skin thickening and enlargement, usually around the nose.

Eye irritation
 

Subtype 4:

EYE IRRITATION

(Ocular Rosacea) watery or bloodshot appearance, irritation, burning or stinging.

The causes of redness prone skin are not yet certain; however, theories include small intestine bacterial overgrowth, an immune reaction to a natural mite (demodex mite) that lives in our skin, unstable vessels, genetics, and sun exposure. What we do know is that the skin is easily triggered and irritated, which leads to chronic redness with intermitted flare-ups. While this condition cannot be completely corrected, there are ways to manage the associated symptoms.

Common Rosacea triggers:

  • Alcohol
  • Spicy foods
  • Caffeine
  • Hot drinks
  • Aerobic exercise
  • Extreme temperatures
  • Stress
  • Some cosmetic ingredients

Dermalux LED Light Therapy

The Dermalux treatment utilises Red and Near Infra-Red light to offer sufferers relief from Rosacea symptoms. It safely reduces the appearance of blood vessels and, over time, makes your skin healthier and more resilient with improved immunity.

AlumierMD Chemical Peel

A chemical peel is a treatment used to improve skin texture and tone. An acid is applied to the skin to lower the pH, which loosens the connections between dead skin cells, including exfoliation and stimulating new cell growth. This process causes superficial layers of dead skin to peels off, revealing a smoother and more radiant complexion. AlumierMD’s® hero ingredients when treating Rosacea are Hinokitiol, Sea Whip and Niacinamide (Vitamin B3). Together they have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antimicrobial properties which strengthen skin cells and capillaries as well as relieve redness and inflammation.

Treatment for rosacea at home focuses on your personalised AlumierMD prescription. Alumier MD uses the most current, effective, and stable ingredients on the market providing innovative prescription skincare that can be prescribed by your skin therapists. Making results easier and long lasting without having to worry about destabilising the skin and it returning to its original state.

They offer many products from cleansers, exfoliators, speciality serums, prescription topical retinols, moisturisers, and physical SPFs; all only available via a prescription due to the strength of the product’s active ingredients.

The AlumierMD Calming Collection helps to improve the look of redness and sensitive skin using naturally powerful ingredients. They reduce redness and irritation, boost hydration, and protect your skin from environmental tri8ggers, leaving you with a calmer and clearer complexion.

The Calming Collection Includes:

  • Sensi Calm – A smooth & hydrating cleanser that delicately removes impurities and excess oil while calming the skin.
  • Calm-R- A soothing hydrating serum that targets redness and blemishes while maintaining the skins delicate moisture balance.
  • HydraCalm- A rich and restorative hydrator packed with natural calming ingredients specifically formulated to relieve redness-prone and sensitive skin.
  • Clear Shield Broad Spectrum SPF 42- A lightweight, non-comedogenic, quick drying physical sunscreen that provides broad-spectrum protection against harmful UVA & UVB rays using a combination of physical filters.

An appropriate exfoliator and eye product will also be prescribed, depending on your skin condition and type, an additional serum may also be prescribed.

 

AlumierMD Rosacea Case Study

Results achieved combining both Alumier homecare and in clinic professional treatments.

Struggling with Rosacea? Book a free consultation at Dermanude Skin Clinic

Soothe and calm your skin. Book a rosacea consultation today and let us assist you in achieving a complexion that feels comfortable and looks healthy.

HydraFacial in Hale, Altrincham, Greater Manchester with Dermanude Skin Clinic
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