Casual redness on the face, noticeable blood vessels, tingling, itching… Rosacea does not have to be that way!
Hardly known and sometimes mistaken for a sunburn or acne, Rosacea affects the face and then gradually your self-worth. So I’d say enough is enough! Schedule an appointment at the Parisian laser center, treatments do exist!
Most of the time called as the deceiving disease because it is often mistaken, especially at the early stage, for a sunburn or acne. Yet, without any adapted treatment, this skin disease gets worse, generating major physical marks, a social and emotive burden. Rosacea has a negative influence on the self-worth of the patients who are touched to such a point that some avoid to publicly go out and most of the time cancel social events.
It is important to undergo adapted treatments right away before any advanced evolution of the disease. Without treatment, Rosacea can cause permanent damage on your face and even sometimes it can make the skin of your nose thicker to such an extent that you need to resort an ablative laser treatment.
This affection usually appears not long after your thirties with the appearance of casual redness on the cheeks, nose, chin and forehead. It distinguishes itself by periods of relapse and remission. Over time, this redness can become more noticeable and permanent and small dilated blood vessels can become noticeable (this phenomenon is called “telangiectasia”). Whithout treatment, we notice the appearance of papules (bumps) and pustules (pimples), and once the late stage is reached, the nose can become swollen and bumpy by an excess skin. In many people, the eyes are prone to tingle, weep and have blood.
Patients claim that they feel discomfort from the face like sensations of burns, tingling, or itching. The signs can spread beyond the face, on the neck, chest / breast, scalp, and ears. Even if Rosacea is more often diagnosed in women, it nevertheless tends to be more major in men. Although this disease affects every sort of people, it especially affects people who have a fair complexion and tend to easily become red. It has also been proved that Rosacea has something to do with heredity.
Rosacea can be treated thanks to a medical therapy and a lifestyle change. The treatment has to be seriously and rigorously undergone to reduce redness and pimples in the long run.
The treatment, according to the stage of the disease, involves the following cares:
A similar affection: couperose