Roscea is a chronic skin condition that often affects women of middle age and of northern European descent but it can effect men, other ethnic and age groups too.
London, England -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/30/2014 -- Pulse Light Clinic is a well established clinic located in Fenchurch Street, London. The clinic has been treating a number of benign skin conditions for more than two decades. One of the clinics clients, Christina recently said, “I have always suffered from Rosacea (facial redness), especially in the areas around the nose and cheeks. After just a couple of sessions of IPL Treatments at the Pulse Light Clinic, I saw a hudge reduction in redness and improvement in my general skin appearance. I am greatly looking forward to seeing the results after a full course of treatment! I would highly recommend treatment at Pulse Light Clinic, the staff are very knowledgeable and friendly and the facilities lovely and central.”
Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that many adults (and some teens) suffer from. It normally shows up in adults between the ages of 30 to 50. It consists of red spots on the face and sometimes it will appear as if the individual has acne. These red spots and flushing episodes make it hard to go out and socialize, causing the individual to have a poor social life. Most individuals who have rosacea feel self-confident and for this reason, they choose not to socialize with others.
Pulse Light Clinic have put many years of research into the condition of rosacea, they have found that certain foods and beverages that can trigger rosacea flare ups. Sufferers who are dealing with this skin condition should follow the clinics recommendations and avoid eating foods that have been proven to trigger rosacea.
A few foods that can trigger rosacea include: chocolate, spicy foods, hot soups, some citrus fruits, sour cream, yogurt and foods that are high in Histamine (cheese, eggplant, vinegar and soy sauce).
Along with foods there are various drinks that can cause rosacea to flare up. Alcohol and various hot beverages can trigger the flare ups.
Alcohol does not cause rosacea, but having as little as one drink can trigger a flare-up, especially if the individual is drinking red wine. As a general rule of thumb, individuals should reduce the amount of alcohol they consume and reduce temperatures of the beverages they drink.
About Pulse Light Clinic
Pulse Light Clinic is open six days a week, opening hours are from 10am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 5pm Saturdays. The clinic has excellent public transport connections, it is several major bus routes and within walking distance of all tube lines.
Pulse Light Clinic
150-152 Fenchurch Street
London, EC3M 6BB
0207 283 8139