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Rosacea Treatment

Rosacea On The Face

Burlington Med Spa

Rosacea is a common skin condition that causes blushing, flushing or facial redness and sometimes visible blood vessels too. Rosacea on the face, acne rosacea, ocular rosacea and rosacea on the nose are all common. Millions are afflicted with this skin condition. The good news is that it is treatable. Our med spa focuses on using several different therapies to manage the ailment.

Rosacea Treatment In Our Medical Clinic Shows Before And After Results
Rosacea On The Face Shows Flushing And Redness
Rosacea Before And After Treatment Shows Redness Disappears

What Is Rosacea?

Rosacea is a common but poorly understood long-term skin condition that mainly affects the face. It can be controlled to some degree with long-term therapy, but sometimes the changes in physical appearance can have a significant psychological impact.

It is a relapsing condition, which means there are periods when symptoms are particularly bad, but less severe at others. The medical community does not know exactly what causes the disorder. Symptoms include redness on your cheeks, nose, chin, and forehead. Less often, the flushing or redness can appear on your neck, ears, around the eyes or chest.

It tends to begin after middle age. Usually between the ages of 40 and 60. It is more common in fair-skinned people and women in menopause. Possible causes include defects in the immune, nervous, or vascular systems. The ailment tends to run in families. The symptoms of the condition can even appear like other dermatologic conditions, such as acne.

Since the cause of the malady is unknown, you cannot prevent it. However, there are things you can do to avoid flare-ups. Routine med spa therapy has shown to help with managing the condition.

Rosacea Treatment Protocols

Rosacea is an inflammatory disease that affects the facial skin. Anyone afflicted with it can benefit from med spa therapy.

When it comes to treating any major skin concerns, consistency is the key to see the most effective long-term results. Incorporating Microneedling, plasma facials and chemical peel therapies will benefit you.

Routine use of specific skin care products is also helpful between procedures.

Acne Rosacea Treated Successfully Shows Before And After Treatment Results

Get Ready For Rosacea Treatment

There are no specific conditions that are known to cause rosacea. However, many lifestyle choices can influence it. Flushing, which is a temporary increase of facial redness, can occur in response to anything that expands our blood vessels. such as heat, This includes sun, exercise, hot or spicy food or beverages and alcohol. It can also occur with anxiety.

Consumption of white wine and liquors have been associated with more pronounced condition in some patients. Sulfates in red wine can lead to flushing, too. Organic red wines might present an alternative to inflammatory rosacea, which usually has small red bumps or even pustules on the skin that can resemble acne.

The condition can occur with emotional or physical stress as well. Regular practice of yoga, meditation or exercise can help balance emotional stress. Taking care of the body and overcoming illness or pain does the same for physical stress.

As a precaution we recommend the following patient actions prior to treatment.

Pre-Visit Instructions:

Stop benzoyl peroxides, Retin A, Tazorac, Triluma, Differin, and Vitamin C or any other skin irritants 2 weeks prior to treatment.

Stop all blood thinners. This includes: vitamin E, aspirin, advil, anti-inflammatories, alcohol, omega-3, ginko, and St. John’s Wort. Stop 4 to 5 days prior to treatment.

Avoid the following products 2 days prior to treatment: Retin- A, retinoids, or similar vitamin A compounds, harsh scrubs or exfoliating products, or bleaching creams.

We suggest taking Arnica tablets 3 days prior to injections to prevent bruising.

We recommend scheduling your appointment 1 to 2 weeks prior to a special event as bruising is possible with everyone.

Post-Visit Instructions:

It is normal for the area treated to have a some redness and slight swelling after treatment.

Makeup can be applied 24 hours after treatment.

Waxing, tweezing, and depilatory creams (hair removal) can be resumed three (3) days post treatment.

Avoid hot tubs, saunas, steam rooms and exercise post treatment for three (3) days.

All benzoyl peroxides, Retin A, Tazorac, Triluma, Differin, and Vitamin C or any other skin irritants can be resumed 4 weeks post treatment.

Please continue applying sunblock daily to maximize your results and minimize irritation.

Post procedure skincare regimen will be suggested by our staff to maximize your treatment result.

All other cosmetic medical procedures can be resumed seven (7) days after treatment.





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