Say Goodbye to Rosacea Flare-Ups: Tried and Tested Solutions

Dr Raquel Amado
By Dr Raquel Amado

Medical director of Dr Raquel Skin&Medical Cosmetics, Lvl 7 graduate&aesthetic awards finalist 2022. She is also a Lead Senior Clinical Mentor at Harley Academy.


With Rosacea Awareness Month around the corner and with 1 in 10 suffering from rosacea (Acne Rosacea Association UK, 2021), we asked Skin Expert and Aesthetic Practitioner,  Dr Raquel Amado who is from Dr Raquel Skin and Medical Cosmetics what to do to help calm rosacea...

"Light therapy, microneedling sessions and chemical peel treatments can then be combined with your skincare to make your skin healthy, vibrant and more equipped to heal itself." 

Chemical PeelsChemical peels can help rosacea by reducing redness, unclogging pores, improving skin texture, enhancing skincare product penetration, and boosting collagen production.
 
Light therapycan help rosacea by targeting the underlying inflammation and blood vessels associated with the condition. Specifically, wavelengths of light, such as green or yellow light, can reduce redness and inflammation, while intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy can target visible blood vessels, minimizing their appearance
 
Microneedling - can help rosacea by stimulating collagen production and promoting skin regeneration. During microneedling, tiny needles puncture the skin, triggering the body's natural healing response. This process can help reduce redness, improve skin texture, and minimize the appearance of visible blood vessels associated with rosacea. Additionally, microneedling can enhance the penetration of topical medications and skin care products, allowing for better management of rosacea symptoms.

If you want to read more, the experts at Consulting Room really know what they're talking about and have put together light treatmentRosaceaChemical peel, MicroneedlingTexture and complexion improvement FAQs just for you. 

If you have more questions, you can use the light treatmentRosaceaChemical peelMicroneedlingTexture and complexion improvement questions feature to talk to our panel of trained medical experts. 

If you're keen to get started with any of these treatments right away then you're in luck - those clever folks also have a list of trusted, accredited light treatmentRosaceaChemical peelMicroneedlingTexture and complexion improvement clinics in your area.

Thanks

Many thanks to the author of this blog Dr Raquel Amado who is from Dr Raquel Skin and Medical Cosmetics.

Throughout her career, Dr Raquel has understood that most people are looking for a reliable, honest relationship with their practitioner, which is why she takes the time to understand how her patients feel.

Dr Raquel is known for her friendly and caring manner, being discreet, and putting her patients at ease.

She is committed to the provision of safe, high-quality patient care in order to achieve the best outcomes for patients, and make them feel confident in their own skin.

Call Dr Raquel Skin and Medical Cosmetics on 01732 525 875 or visit www.skinandmedicalcosmetics.co.uk.


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