- Treatment carried out by highly experienced doctors and nurses
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- Reduces redness
Rosacea is a skin condition where the facial skin can turn red and may swell and leave skin sores that look similar to acne. It is more common in women aged between 30-50 and is caused by blood vessels swelling up right beneath the surface of the skin.
Despite this condition being harmless, it can cause embarrassment and affect self-confidence. The symptoms of rosacea include: redness of the face, blushing easily, a large number of spider-like blood vessels on the face, red (or bulbous) nose, skin sores that may ooze or crust in more extreme cases, a burning or stinging feeling in the face and irritated, bloodshot, watery eyes. At NSC Clinics we offer a range of treatments to help with Rosacea:
Treatments available at NSC Clinics that treat Rosacea:
Is rosacea hereditary?
Although not proven, research suggests rosacea may be inherited as the majority of those that suffer from rosacea can name a relative with similar symptoms.
Will my rosacea get worse with age?
There is no way to predict for certain how an individual's rosacea will progress, although dermatologists have observed that the signs and symptoms tend to become increasingly severe without treatment.
How does menopause affect rosacea?
The hot flushes sometimes associated with menopause may bring on a flare-up or even the initial onset of rosacea.