Here at Elle Blonde we spend hours reading beauty posts and posts about all different types of procedures including cosmetic but quite often than not we read about procedures to alleviate the symptoms and discomfort of medical conditions too, with that we love to help to raise awareness and share everything we discover in the hope that it might help to improve even just one person’s confidence through these practices, even though beauty comes from within and how you look on the outside should never reflect who you are on the inside.
So let’s get straight to it, how much do you know about Rosacea?
Rosacea is an extremely common, but also very poorly understood skin condition that’s usually found in the face, most predominantly the cheeks. It usually begins with flushing, this is where the skin turns red periodically, it can then develop further to include:
– Burning & stinging sensations
– Permanent redness
– Small blood vessels in the skin becoming visible.
Although there is no known cause of Rosacea, Scientists and Doctors state that diet, stress and the environment can all be contributing factors to the redness in the skin, which sufferers of Rosacea often become very self-conscious of. There is no known cure, however, there are preventative and correctional Rosacea Treatments available they include long-term antibiotics, prescription creams and the most innovative treatment on the market IPL which stands for Intense Pulse Light which is a form of laser treatment.
At Pulse Light Clinic, which is located on Fenchurch Street, London they have over 15 years experience treating Rosacea with IPL, which has been found to be far more effective than antibiotics and prescription creams. With clients travelling globally to visit the team at Pulse Light Clinic this is a testament in itself to the service and results from the IPL Rosacea Treatment.
The treatment is described as fairly painless and lasts around 40 minutes per session, with 6 sessions being the average. Previous clients have seen massive differences in their skin from even the first session and it’s helped their confidence significantly. At Pulse Light Clinic the team also call in the help of their in-house Nutritionist who can help to work alongside the IPL treatment to determine if there are any dietary triggers which make the Rosacea more prominent. They assess your current diet and make suggestions on what to eat, the types of vital vitamins and minerals and supplements are missing from your diet, the nutritional advice teamed with the IPL have been proven to give the most effective treatment.
If you have Rosacea or if you are looking for further information why not contact Pulse Light Clinic and book yourself in for a free consultation and patch test
phone: 0207 523 5158