Rosacea

Rosacea is a chronic and inflammatory skin condition that commonly affects the nose, cheek and chin. Rosacea is commonly characterised by persistent facial redness, frequent flushing of the cheeks, small and visible red blood vessels on the surface of the skin, acne pustules and an enlarged red nose with thickened skin.

Rosacea is more likely to occur among females aged 30 to 50.

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There is currently no known cause of Rosacea. What we do know, however, is that Rosacea appears to happen more prominently among fairer skinned individuals across aged 30 to 50. Females are also more likely than men to have Rosacea. However, men with Rosacea often suffer more severe symptoms.

Rosacea has also been found to be triggered and worsened by certain factors, including stress, alcohol consumption, spicy food, smoking, genetics and sun exposure and heat. Individuals with Rosacea often experience redness and a burning and stinging sensation on their face, complete with visible red blood vessels.

While there is no complete cure for Rosacea, there are many treatment options to relieve signs and symptoms of Rosacea. If you are dealing with severe Rosacea, home remedies like applying sunblock and avoiding spicy food may not suffice.

Seeking medical treatment would be a more viable approach when it comes to treating Rosacea. Get a complimentary consultation at Artisan Clinic to find out what are the causes and types of your Rosacea, and what are the appropriate treatments for you.

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Treatments to relieve symptoms of Rosacea

What to expect
  • Reduced facial redness
  • Shrinkage of red blood cells safely and effectively
  • Cause & type of Rosacea addressed to ease symptoms
  • Clearer facial skin
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