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Pulse Light Clinic Found Some of Treatment Methods to Rosacea, a Chronic Skin Condition

Some do not realize it, but there are many celebrities who are dealing with a chronic skin condition called rosacea.


London, England -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/30/2014 -- Rosacea is not a condition associated with celebrities, rosacea is a little known of chronic skin condition usually suffered by Northern European, middle aged females but it can effect virtually anyone, even celebrities. There are many celebrities that are dealing with rosacea. Famous faces with rosacea include a beautiful star, a well-known prince, a former president of the United States of America and a master of art.

Prince William and Princess Diana. Prince William just so happens to be one of the famous faces with rosacea. This skin condition can run in families, the late Princess Diana also suffered from the condition.

Renee Zellweger. Renee Zellweger is among the many celebrities battling rosacea.

Cameron Diaz. Cameron Diaz has a complexion that appears flawless, but she does suffer with rosacea.

Rembrandt. It is believed that this Dutch painter from the 17th century had rosacea. This was discovered back in 1997 by a researcher from Georgetown University.

Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton’s doctors revealed that his odd complexion was due to rosacea.

Rosacea may start out as a harmless flush or blush, but as it progresses, it can get worse. In addition to the horrible redness, the skin may breakout, thicken and small blood vessels may become visible. Unfortunately, as of right now, despite all of the research being conducted on a day to day basis, there is no cure for the condition. However, early treatment can help take the red out. Currently, it has been estimated that 16 million Americans are dealing with this skin condition, so it isn’t surprising to find famous faces amongst those affected.

One London based clinic has had tremendous success when it comes to controlling rosacea, Pulse Light Clinic is based a few minutes walk from London's famous financial district and several tube lines. The popular clinic uses IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) treatment and dietary changes to control the condition of rosacea.

About Pulse Light Clinic
Pulse Light Clinic have published some of their findings on nutrition and rosacea treatment their site, pulselightclinic.co.uk/rosacea-diet. Pulse Light Clinic is open 6 days a week, Monday to Saturday and pleased to see walk in clients with no appointment necessary. The clinic offers all new clients a no obligation consultation.

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Pulse Light Clinic
150-152 Fenchurch Street
London, EC3M 6BB
0207 283 8139
Mark Stubbles/Consultant