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Treating rosacea with dermal infusion.

Treating rosacea with dermal infusion

Affecting 45 million people worldwide, rosacea is a benign non-contagious skin condition that presents most commonly in women over the age of 30 with fair skin, however it can develop on anyone.

Rosacea is characterised by redness and perceptible blood vessels on the face, which can be accompanied by small pus-filled bumps, giving it an appearance similar to acne.

Often confused for an allergic reaction or skin rash, rosacea signs and symptoms can be chronic or more acute, flaring up for a period of weeks or months before subsiding.

A number of factors that promote increased blood flow to the skin’s surface can trigger or aggravate rosacea.

These include:

  • Adverse cosmetic reactions
  • Stress and other emotional factors
  • Temperature extremes
  • Sunlight or wind
  • Alcohol

While rosacea is not curable, symptoms can be reduced and managed with various facial treatments.

With over 20 years of industry experience, leading Melbourne skin specialist and Dermal Clinician at the Skin & Injecting Clinic on behalf of Dr Bryan C Mendelson, Natasha Laouta, recommends dermal infusion to help prevent, correct and treat rosacea.

Dermal infusion is gentle on the skin but has a powerful proven ability to correct rosacea by infusing the skin with specific vitamins and nutrients to help it function optimally.

To make an appointment with Natasha for a comprehensive skin assessment to determine the best treatment approach for your skin’s needs, please visit our ‘Contact Us’ page.

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