Rosacea is a chronic skin condition with no known cure, doctors cannot agree on the causes of rosacea, although it cannot be completely cured it can be controlled quite effectively. The condition is most usually suffered by women that have fair hair and skin. The most common age for rosacea to occur is around 30 but men, people with other skin tones, hair colours and of other age groups can be rosacea sufferers too. Men who suffer from rosacea tend to get far worse symptoms than women with the condition do.
People who suffer with rosacea often have a tendency to blush very easily and experience persistent redness of the skin (the redness is due to dilation of blood vessels), the redness and blushing are usually experienced on the face but rosacea does affect other parts of the body such as the neck and chest too.
Rosacea suffers can often experience extreme social problems when they are in work, out with friends and especially when they meet new people. The condition can become so bad and cause such stress that a lot of sufferers will feel very embarrassed by it and avoid going out or having any contact with people.
The condition will often progress and can even affect a sufferers sight if it is not treated, many rosacea sufferers develop the ocular variant of this condition too so if anyone think they have this condition it is a good idea to seek the opinion of a medical expert who can advise on effective treatment.
Pulse Light Clinic say that they consider themselves privileged to see both the visible and positive emotional effect that good rosacea treatment has on their patients. The clinic use IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) treatment and work to identify their clients dietary triggers, different people find that their rosacea can be triggered by different types of food, Pulse Light Clinic say that spicy food is a common trigger as is alcohol. Learn more about the rosacea treatment offered by Pulse Light Clinic here.
Pulse Light Clinic is conveniently located at 150-152 Fenchurch Street, London just a short walk from The City, on several bus routes, close to Tower Hill, Monument, Bank and Aldgate tube stations. The clinic was established in 2002 and specializes in rosacea but can offer many other kinds laser treatment such as thread vein removal, tattoo removal and skin tightening. They offer a free initial consultation to all potential clients and a free rosacea e-book is available on their website, pulselightclinic.co.uk.
Visit http://pulselightclinic.co.uk/ for more information.
Name: Mark Stubbkes
Organization: Pulse Light Clinic
Address: 150-152 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 6BB