A Rosacea Treatment
A Rosacea treatment has previously been a little “hit and miss” with nearly every skin clinic in the world. Dermatologists tend to lean towards antibiotics which is not really a long term solution. But at BeauSynergy, after mixed success with DMK, we feel we have finally found the consistency in a Rosacea treatment by using AlumierMD. After some significant trials of Rosacea at our Hertfordshire clinic, we are getting great success with the help of good and consistent home care by the patient.
How we can Improve Rosacea
Step 1: Is to come and speak to our Skin Specialists here
Rosacea is a medical condition which can be assessed by the Skin Specialists here at the Hertfordshire Clinic, who can then devise you a treatment plan.
Step 2: Reduce inflammation and redness
Using AlumierMD, we will calm the skin with skin soothing and anti-inflammatory ingredients such as Hinokitiol, sea whip, Niacinamide and Aloe and, with antioxidants, prevent flare-ups caused by environmental factors
Step 3: Repair the skin’s natural moisture barrier
Maintaining the skin’s natural barrier is crucial to preventing further moisture loss and improving cell turnover. Dry skin has a slower cell turnover compare to adequately hydrated skin; gentle exfoliating treatments can help regulate the process.
Step 4: Reduce bacteria and/or other microbial agents
One theorised cause of Rosacea is bacteria and another is the Demodex mite that releases bacteria into the skin when it dies. Use natural Antimicrobial ingredients to help keep skin free of breakouts.
Step 4: Protect from UV rays
Choose mineral-based broad-spectrum sunscreens with zinc oxide and titanium dioxide such as Heliocare, which keep the skin cooler than chemical sunscreen ingredients by reflecting UV rays. Mineral ingredients are generally less irritating than chemicals, which is important for sensitive and Rosacea-prone skin.
Step 5: Camouflage redness
AlumierMD’s innovative color-encapsulated tinted sunscreens relieve redness and even out skin tone while providing broad-spectrum UV protection.
What is Rosacea?
Rosacea is a skin condition that affects the face and areas where blushing occurs. It can appear as a mild redness of the cheeks but, if left unchecked, the condition may well become much worse. Also, it could lead to other symptoms that can be more severe.
Many people mistake Rosacea as a form of acne, however, the causes and symptoms are very different and an alternative approach is required for treating it.
It most commonly appears between the ages of 30 to 60 and affects women more than men, although men usually suffer from more serious symptoms.
The causes of Rosacea aren’t fully known but it is thought that the most common causes are sun damage, stress, too much exercise, and blood vessel disorders.
At BeauSynery, during your consultation, we will suggest an overview of your lifestyle, diet, your exposure/ protection to sunlight and then form you Rosacea treatment plan.
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