rosacea treatment


What is Rosacea?

Rosacea is a common condition for both men and women, particularly between the ages of 30-50 who have fair skin and blush easily.

Rosacea can cause redness, bumps and/or swelling, especially on the nose, cheeks, forehead, and chin and can look similar to acne. Unlike acne, however, people with Rosacea don’t get blackheads but do get dilated blood vessels (called telangiectasias).

Rosacea is a chronic condition and rarely resolves without treatment. Mild Rosacea can be limited to mild redness of the cheeks. However, in the most severe forms, the skin overlying the nose can become permanently swollen and red (called rhinophyma) because of dilated blood vessels and abnormal enlargement of oil glands. Other potential symptoms of Rosacea include eye irritation (burning, stinging, grittiness, and/or dryness) and styes.

The cause of Rosacea is still unknown, but there are a number of exacerbating factors that should be avoided. Triggers of Rosacea include but are not limited to sunlight, wind, cold or hot temperatures, alcohol, spicy foods, hot drinks, skin care products, rubbing or scrubbing of the face, and exercise. Sun block of at least SPF 15 and hats are recommended.

Treatment for Rosacea

Whist rosacea can be reduced but not cured, there are a number of treatments available to treat it. Treatments which include:

Skin Peel

As part of keeping healthy the skin is constantly shedding, however when certain chemicals are used to peel the skin off at a faster rate than normal, new skin replaces the old. This new skin is smoother, less wrinkled and clearer with less blemishes than the older skin that was removed (Read more).

Laser / IPL 

Lasers and IPL are intense beams of light that can transfer its energy through the skin to a specific part of the body or face. The strength and the frequency of the light used differs depending on the type of tissue it must target which enables laser and IPL to achieve results that are simply not possible with other technologies (Read more).


Electrolysis involves inserting tiny surgical probe into the area affected, with this in place, a tiny impulse of energy is transmitted down to cauterise and kill the concern (Read more)

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rosacea before and after  Before and after rosacea treatment

The Next Step - Book a Free Consultation for Rosacea Treatment at Beautology in Bristol

If you have concerns about rosacea then book a free Rosacea treatment consultation with an expert at Beautology in Bristol to get all your questions answered. A specialist will take you through possible treatments and design an individual treatment plan to suit your unique needs.

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What people say about rosacea treatment:-

"My rosacea built up over a period of years to the point that I was so conscious about it that I was wearing thick make-up. I went to Beautology for treatment which quickly resolved the problem. My only regret is not having it years ago."

Heidi Goldberg from Swindon.

"I had been coming to Beautology for laser hair removal treatments when in conversation with my therapist she suggested I should have treatment for my rosacea. I didn't even know that I could get treatment, I thought I would have it for life. A few treatments later it was gone, fantastic!"

Janice Philips from Kingswood



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