Get Effective Treatment for your Rosacea at Skin Club Cosmetic Doctors
Dr. Vi Sharma has worked in the field of cosmetic surgery
He has a Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery, Monash University; and former member of the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine and the Royal Australian College of General Practice.
Today, makeup enthusiasts all over the world have tried to create that flushed and blushed look on their faces, but they do not know how hard it is to deal with excessive blushing all through your life. Have you always found yourself easily flushed or blushing? That can not be good at social gatherings. Your self-confidence diminishes every time you see yourself blushing at every little thing. During that presentation, on a date, even on a hot day, your excessive blushing might bother you.
Well, we do not let things like our body, skin, face and hair bother us anymore. We are either happy and comfortable with ourselves or we change things we do not like without any stigma. It is not a bad thing to want to get rid of anything that makes you uncomfortable with yourself. This excessive blushing syndrome or simply, rosacea treatment can be effectively treated very easily.
Now, before looking at possible treatment options, let us see some of the causes of rosacea:
- Hot drinks
- Spicy foods
- Alcoholic beverages, especially red wine
- Extreme temperatures.
- Extreme sun exposure.
- Very long Hot baths
- Emotional overload
- Anxiety and Nervousness
- Drugs that can cause dilated blood vessels, which include various blood pressure medications
- Some cosmetics, skincare products, and hair care products can have this effect
- Broken capillaries or blood vessels under the skin
As you can see, mild rosacea can be kept under control by avoiding things that may be causing it. For instance, you can try avoiding eating any spicy food or drinking too much alcohol. You may try out some forms of yoga and medication to keep yourself relaxed and your emotions in check. Buy body, face and hair products that are suited to your skin type so that any aversions can be avoided. Try to take short baths in moderately balanced water.
Any severe and much more serious rosacea has to be diagnosed by a certified doctor before opting for any kind of medical treatment or therapy. Severe rosacea should not be taken lightly as you may develop eyes and nose issues on your face. It is harmful to you.
Some factors increase your chances of developing rosacea more than others. Rosacea most commonly affects the age group of 30 – 50. Rosacea is also linked to genetic factors. If you have a family history of rosacea or relatives from the Celtic or Scandinavian cultures, you are more prone to get the condition. In addition, women are more likely to develop this condition than men. Men, on the other hand, when affected by rosacea, frequently experience much more severe symptoms than women.
Depending on symptoms, multiple treatment options for rosacea are available. Topical creams, antibacterial washes, antibiotic pills, laser treatment, pulsed light treatment, isotretinoin and photodynamic treatment are some of the best treatments that are available to diffuse redness of skin and rosacea. Azelaic acid, Metronidazole are effective treatments to diffuse redness caused by Rosacea. These treatment options are non-invasive and include minimal downtime considering patient comfort.
Many patients are resorting to laser and strong light treatments to cure persistent redness and visible blood vessels on the face, neck, and chest. Laser and powerful pulse-light therapy, which are frequently regarded as a safe option, may aid in the improvement of skin and complexion. At Skin Club Cosmetic Doctors, we offer 100% effective laser treatments to rid you of your rosacea.
It is possible that laser treatment will be mildly uncomfortable for you. While most people are able to function normally after the procedure, cold compresses and topical anaesthetic cream can help in reducing any swelling and pain. Multiple treatments are usually required for broken capillaries, and the procedure is not covered by most insurance companies.
Doctors prescribe 3 – 6 weeks of intervals between each session of treatment. During this period, you should try to avoid the direct sunlight as much as possible. Use big hats and powerful sunscreens of at least SPF 50++ before going out in the sun.
Proper consultation and diagnosis of rosacea are essential before you begin any kind of therapy. After consultation from our experts here at Skin Club Cosmetic Doctors, make an informed decision about your mode of treatment only after knowing the risks and benefits as well as the aftercare and cost of the entire procedure.
For more guaranteed and effective treatment and cure of your rosacea, ask your doctor about combining laser treatments with photodynamic treatment.
At Skin Club Cosmetic Doctors, here in Melbourne, your rosacea can be effectively treated with our advanced laser procedures. Consult us to know more.