Rosacea is a kind of skin problem, that causes facial redness and produces small and pus-filled
bumps. It generally affects people above the age of 30. It causes redness on the cheeks, nose,
chin, and forehead. Rosacea can also cause soreness and a burning sensation in the eyes. In
severe cases, it is better to consult with a dermatologist to feel better and have good skin.
Causes of Rosacea
- People, who have light skin color, are more prone to Rosacea than people of dark complexion.
- Overpopulation of Microscopic mites.
- Abnormalities of facial blood vessels.
- Family histories, where ancestors are found with such issues, pass on this to future generations.
Some factors like spicy foods, sun exposure, extreme temperature, humidity, caffeine, hot
drinks, dairy products, intense exercise, stress, anger, and some medications also cause
Symptoms of Rosacea:
- Patterns of redness on a person’s face.
- Pimples, small bumps, or acne-like breakouts.
- Red, dry, and irritated eyes.
- Skin gets thicker with a bumpy texture.
- Red face with sensitivity, and dry skin that can easily get hurt.
- Small blood vessels become visible on the skin.
Early diagnosis and prompt action can reduce the risk of rosacea progression. Although there is
no clinical test for rosacea, general practitioners examine patients’ skin and may ask about the
symptoms. The presence of blood vessels assists physicians in differentiating it from other skin
Treatment for Rosacea
Our treatment includes a combination treatment protocol. This includes IPL/Laser treatment,
Diet changes, and home care products specific for Rosacea, and Vitamins for the skin.
A specific treatment protocol will be devised for you at your consultation.