Rosecea is a common skin condition that causes redness, flushing and sometimes pimple and pustules on your face. Rosacea is not contagious but there is some evidence that it may be hereditary. There is no cure for Rosacea but there are treatments available that can help control. Rosacea is not just a cosmetic issue but a chronic medical condition that, if left untreated, can worsen over time. It’s important to understand the different types of rosacea and how they manifest to seek appropriate treatment.

Signs and Symptoms

Common signs include persistent redness, bumps and pimples, visible blood vessels, and eye irritation. Symptoms can flare up for weeks to months and then diminish for a while.


What Triggers Rosacea?
Many people with Rosacea find that certain factors can trigger their symptoms, Such as sun exposure, stress, hot weather, alcohol, spicy foods, exercise, hot baths or certain medication.

Rosacea Treatments

Treatment for rosacea aims to control symptoms and improve the appearance of your skin. Options include topical medications, oral medications, and laser therapy, each with its own set of benefits and considerations. At MD Spa we often start with the following rosacea treatments but an assessment is needed for each individual. 

  • Laser treatment (IPL) may be suggested to treat the redness.
  • Ro Skin health (Restorcalm) (Rozatrol).

During your visit to MD Spa we will evaluate your skin, discuss your symptoms, and possibly suggest a treatment plan that includes laser treatment, medications, lifestyle changes, and skin care recommendations.

Rosacea Laser Treatment IPL

Elos IPL(electro-optical synergy) uses a unique combination of radio frequency and intense pulsed light (ipl) to target redness and red veins while leaving the surrounding skin free from potentially harmful side effects. Using gentle pulses of two targeted energies means better results with lower overall energy output assuring the highest level of safety and comfort.

The Elos skin rejuvenation targets melanin and oxyhaemoglobin to produce the effect of improving pigment and broken capillaries in the face, neck and hands. This is augmented by the bipolar radiofrequency arm of elos which targets the deeper dermis to further stimulate collagen and assist with the treatment of rosacea and pigment change.

Make sure you use constant Sunscreen when exposed to sun.

Skin Redness & Rosacea
Skin Redness & Rosacea Laser Treatments Before and After

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