Up to 3 months
IPL Rosacea Treatment
Does your face turn red just after you sip one glass of wine? Are you getting abnormal inflammation even after enjoying a good shower?
Rosacea seems to be a condition that appears immediately after you are exposed to a reaction. It is quite similar to sunburn and may show up as a red face. This condition affects nearly 10% of adults and is quite common between the ages of 30 and 60 years old. It may have a negative impact on your professional and social life.
IPL treatment can create a big difference in your skin’s redness. As every patient is different, so is the treatment plan. It is suggested to book an initial consultation at the clinic so your case can be evaluated and discussed in detail and the treatment options available for you.
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Rosacea IPL FAQ
- Facial redness and broken veins of Rosacea are treated with intense pulse Light or Pulse Dye Laser. These deliver bright light to broken vessels, thus enabling them to cure and disappear.
- People with this ailment develop redness and pimples on the nose, cheeks and forehead. It usually begins in the second or third phase of life and women are more affected than men.
You have to avoid extensive exposure to direct sunlight on your face before and during the treatment. The clinician may perform a patch test to better understand your skin reaction. The entire affected area will be treated. You will feel warm sensation during the treatment and your face will turn red for some time. However, there are cooling solutions available to fight the symptom.
Patients who are sensitive to light should avoid this treatment. The effects associated with it are unknown for pregnancy and as such, it is safe not to undergo this therapy when you are expecting. You should also avoid the process if you have tanned or sun burnt skin.