Rosacea is a chronic, hereditary skin condtition which has no known cure but it can be effectively controlled.
London, England -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/30/2014 -- Dealing with rosacea or any other form of skin condition is not easy. In fact, many who have rosacea stay away from public areas and instead of attending parties, they choose to stay home. This is because they are embarrassed by their condition which can be made worse by the stress and anxiety they suffer in public.
Despite the technology advancements and research being conducted, there is currently no cure for rosacea. There are various forms of treatment that can keep the flare-ups under control. Over time, with these treatments, the skin may look better.
One London clinic has had tremendous success in the treatment of rosacea, one of the clinics clients recently said, “I just wanted to write and thank you for your excellent Rosacea treatment – my skin has never looked better! Having suffered many self conscious years with red patches on my cheeks I had given up, but a friend recommended your clinic and finally I have found a cure!
After just two Rosacea treatments I saw an improvement, and after the full course I have thrown my covering make-up away (but of course I still wear sun screen as advised!)
I am delighted. By the way, the nutritional advice was also very helpful – I can’t say I’m a saint but the few changes I have made certainly must have helped with the final result.
So once again thanks from one very satisfied client!
There are a few different ways to treat rosacea. Sometimes, antibiotics can be given. The skin bumps may improve quickly with antibiotics, the flushing and redness are less likely to improve. Those small red lines can be treated with laser surgery and electrosurgery. For some, laser surgery improves the skin without damaging it. Some also turn to makeup that is green-tinted, because they believe it is a good way to hide the redness of the skin.
About Pulse Light Clinic
Pulse Light Clinic uses a combination dietary changes and IPL therapy to help their clients control their rosacea. The clinic is located at 150-152 Fenchurch Street, London a short walk from Tower Hill, Monument and Aldgate tube stations and offers all clients an initial, no obligation consultation.
Pulse Light Clinic
150-152 Fenchurch Street
London, EC3M 6BB
0207 283 8139