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Rosacea Skin Condition Treatments

Modern Therapy Of Rosacea

All patients with potential signs and symptoms of a Rosacea condition must immediately see a dermatologist to prevent complications like rhinophyma or teleangiectasie and even to reverse progression in early stages. Left untreated, Rosacea gets worse and becomes harder to treat and keep under control. Even persons with advanced forms of Rosacea should keep their faith as rhinophyma and teleangiectasie can be improved by laser and plastic surgery therapies.

Rosacea cannot be cured but there are plenty of methods to improve the condition and prevent it from becoming worse. About 87% of the cases can be controlled with proper treatment; the availability of ways to care for Rosacea varies from oral and topical antibiotics for avoiding papules and pustules and laser therapy or surgery to treat rhinophyma and teleangiectasie. Very often, a combination of therapy ways is chosen to ensure a faster recovery; most often oral antibiotics are combined with topical ones for a both systemic and local effect.

The most commonly local therapy used for keeping papules and pustules under control are Azelaic acid, Benzoyl peroxide, Clindamycin, Erythromycin, Metronidazole, Sulfacetamide and other sulfur lotions. All products for topical use must be prescribed or approved by the curing physician and not taken at random like some patients might prefer. Even skin care products must be shown to the dermatologists as some may even be important triggers of the condition.

Most often prescribed oral antibiotics for treating Rosacea pimps are Doxycycline, erythromycin, Minocycline, tetracycline and sometimes Glycolic acid to gain rapid control over Rosacea. It is contained in products like the following ones and is used usually in combinations with antibiotics:
1.Glycolic acid peels applied and kept on the face for about 5 minutes. They must be given every 2-4 weeks and tend to turn the skin red for few minutes so the patient must avoid sun until the skin regains its normal color.
2.Glycolic acid washes and creams are used in low concentrations to increase the peeling effect.

More severe cases of Rosacea are treated with the usage of Isotrentinoin that shrinks the thickened skin and decreases the number of Rosacea pimps. It can have major and dangerous side-effects so only some particular patients can become users of the product.

Eyelids can also be affected and should be cleaned with baby shampoo to diminish inflammation. Warm to hot water compresses must be additional therapy in such cases. Oral antibiotics used for caring for eye problems are Doxycycline, Minocycline and Tetracycline.

By: Groshan Fabiola

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Rosacea Treatment – Ltd III

Rosacea Ltd Iii – An Effective Treatment For Treating Rosacea

People who suffer from rosacea often have a very sensitive skin which doesn’t tolerate certain treatments that include chemicals and other substances which may cause severe damages for the skin. In addition to this, patients should avoid products which may contain certain ingredients, such as retinol, different kinds of acids, alcohol and many other substances which are toxic.
In order to treat rosacea and to ameliorate its symptoms, the specialists have managed to produce a special treatment known as Rosacea Ltd III.

Rosacea Ltd III includes more than 99% snoothing and calming ingredients and has been designed especially for acne ,pimples, seborrheic dermatitis and also for the sensitive skin. It is important to say that Rosacea Ltd III is composed of different ingredients like zinc oxide, magnesium stearate, sodium chloride, copper oxide, substances which don’t affect the skin texture such as other sources for cleaning:soap, astringents and lotions which contain alcohol. Much more, Rosacea Ltd is very well tolarated by the body system, does not interact with other drugs, doesn’ t produce side effects such as nausea, constipation, watery eyes, burning sensations and not in the last place it is safe for pregnant and nursing women.

First of all, Rosacea Ltd III as a vascular constrictor brings great results in calming the skin and reducing the redness caused by the broken blood vessels. Moreover due his neutral pH, Rosacea Ltd III doesn’ t damage the skin but it has a great effect in killing bacteria, fungal cells and viruses.

Secondly, Rosacea Ltd III is usually used in treating acne, pimples and seborreheic dermatitis, infections which usually come along with rosacea. Furthermore, this treatment offers significants results and the time for treating is shorter in comparision to other medicines. Rosacea Ltd has a fast effect, healing the broken capillaries which produce redness on the skin and flushing in less than 2 months. Much more, it clears the rosacea papules and pustules in about 10 days and also has an important role in preventing the recurrence of other pimples and infections caused by rosacea. Thirdly, treatments with Rosacea Ltd III are used in treating the symptoms of ocular rosacea such as blurred vision, red eyes, swelled, dry eyelids and others. Another way to treat rosacea is the well known Sobye’s Massage, a mechanism of action which accelerates lymphatic drainage and in this way the facial redness tends to vanish. In addition, facial massages together with cleansing of the face with a washcloth and soap are two efficient methods which help the skin to regain its normal and healthy aspect.

To sum up, Rosacea Ltd III is a blessing for the people who suffer from rosacea being gentle and effective at a low cost and moreover due its neutral pH which has created a special diet known as "rosacea ph balance diet".

By: Groshan Fabiola

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Rosacea Awareness

Can We Stop Rosacea

Rosacea is a facial skin condition that is commonly misdiagnosed as acne, and we all know how emotionally as well as physically crippling acne cane be, it can seem like a curse. Rosacea is a long lasting condition that can get worse over time without treatment. People with Rosacea commonly have broken blood vessels, redness and small bumps on their cheeks. Things such as the sun, heat/cold or wind exposure can aggravate Rosacea therefore long exposure to these things should be avoided whenever possible. Other things that are known to aggravate Rosacea are certain types of foods, medications and cosmetics especially greasy products.

Rosacea Symptoms
Ocular rosacea
Rosacea symptom 1 – Dry red eyelids.
Rosacea symptom 2 – Irritated eyelids and eyes.
Rosacea symptom 3 – Sometimes they can have itching and burning sensations.
Papulopustular rosacea
Rosacea symptom 1 – Some permanent redness to the facial skin.
Rosacea symptom 2 – Red bumps called papules.
Rosacea symptom 3 – Sometimes these red bumps are filled with pus and are called pustules. This can be confused with regular acne.
Phymatous rosacea
Rosacea symptom 1 – Thickened and irregular skin surface usually of the nose but can appear on the chin, cheeks or even ears.
Rosacea symptom 2 – Enlargement of those sections mentioned.
Rosacea symptom 3 – Blood vessels can sometimes be seen close to the surface of the skin in the effected areas.
Erythematotelangiectatic rosacea
Rosacea symptom 1 – Permanent redness of the skin on the face which can flare up flushing the face very badly.
Rosacea symptom 2 – Commonly blood vessels can be seen under the surface of the skin.
Rosacea symptom 3 – Can be accompanied by itching and burning sensations.

Risks of Ocular Rosacea
Ocular rosacea is not dangerous, but in rare cases it can travel to the cornea causing infections and problems with the inner blood vessels. Keeping eye drops on hand for the sensation of dry eyes is extremely helpful, but consultations with medical professionals who are well familiarized with ocular rosacea are critical. When ocular rosacea flare-ups occur, a warm washcloth across the eyes can help reduce the pain of inflammation or from styes. Doctors may prescribe oral antibiotics to treat the infected oil gland. Often, using eye drops to alleviate the itchy or dry sensation helps and then the warm compress and antibiotics will take care of the other symptoms of ocular rosacea.

Rosacea Acne Treatment
It arises later than acne dose, usually when patients are between the ages of 30 and 50 years. Rosacea occurs most commonly in fair-skinned people of northern European, particularly Celtic, descent; it is unusual among dark-skinned people. Women are reportedly three times more likely to be affected than are men. Clinically, rosacea is a facial eruption that consists of erythematous papules, pustules, and telangiectasias. Lesions are most typically seen on the central third of the face-the forehead, nose, cheeks, and chin (the socalled flush/blush areas).
Rosacea lacks the comedones ("blackheads" or "whiteheads") that are seen in patients with acne vulgaris. In general, it does not scar or present with nodules or cysts, unless the patient has concomitant acne. Rosacea lesions tend to be bilaterally symmetric, but they may also occur on only one side of the patient’s face.

By: jackb son

Your Complexion Rosy has turned into a Red Face?

We now know that this idea has been very unfair, and that most people who have a red nose (and sometimes red cheeks and a red chin) are simply afflicted with rosacea.

What is the Difference Between Rosacea and Acne?

Rosacea is a skin disease that is prevalent with the people who are very fair. Red patches appear on the nose, face, forehead, and cheeks and is known as erythema in this stage.

Rosacea Information Treatment Symptoms Facial Redness

Rosacea Information Treatment Symptoms Facial Redness

Rosacea Comprehensive overview covers causes, symptoms, treatment of this chronic skin disease.

Rosacea is a common but often misunderstood condition that is estimated to affect over 45 million people worldwide. It affects white-skinned people of mostly north-western European descent, and has been nicknamed the ‘curse of the Celts’ by some in Ireland. It begins as erythema (flushing and redness) on the central face and across the cheeks, nose, or forehead but can also less commonly affect the neck and chest.

Rosacea affects both the males and the females and usually begins after the age 30. The condition is aggravated by several lifestyle and environmental factors such as eating hot, spicy foods, drinking alcohol and/or caffeine, exposure to the sun, rain, or wind, temperature changes and stress. Some medications such as ACE inhibitors are also linked with the development of the disease.

What is the cause of rosacea?

The cause of rosacea is unknown. There are several theories regarding the origin of overactive facial blood vessels and inflammation, including genetic, environmental, vascular, inflammatory factors.

Hair follicle mites (Demodex folliculorum) may be involved in at least some cases, as these are found in greater numbers within rosacea papules.

An increased incidence of rosacea has been reported in those who carry the stomach bacterium, Helicobacter pylori, but most dermatologists do not believe it to be the cause of rosacea.

What Are the Symptoms of Rosacea?

Erythema, or flushing of the face or neck – This happens when the blood vessels on the face and the neck expand to accommodate the increased volume of blood flow. The redness will disappear during the initial stages but will eventually become permanent as the disease progresses.

Telangiectasia, or the formations of red lines on the face – The red lines you see on your face are actually the enlarged blood vessels underneath the skin. Unfortunately, they become more prominent as the redness fades.

Formation of papules or the pimples – The pimples of rosacea are commonly characterized as small lumpy red pimples. Some of these pimples may contain pus and may appear as small white bumps. In rosacea, no whiteheads or blackheads are present.

Burning or itching of the skin

Edema or swelling of the face

Rhinophyma or the enlargement of the nose – This condition usually accompanies rosacea and is most common among older men.

Ocular rosacea – Most people afflicted with rosacea also develop mild to severe eye-related problems. Inflamed, dry and crusty eyelids and conjunctivitis characterize ocular rosacea. If left untreated, ocular rosacea can give rise to more serious problems, which includes irisitis or the painful inflammation of the iris and keratitis or the ulceration of the cornea.

What Causes Rosacea? Nobody knows for sure. For all we know, there may be a number of factors that lead to this condition. However, it was observed that some people are more prone to developing the disease and that it seems to run in the family.

Is rosacea like acne?

Rosacea is basically different than acne. Unlike common acne, rosacea is not primarily a plague of teenagers, but occurs most often in adults (ages 30 to 50), especially those with fair skin. Different than acne, there are no blackheads or whiteheads in rosacea.

Rosacea strikes both sexes. It tends to be more frequent in women but more severe in men.

How is it treated?

Every patient must be treated differently, because the disease affects each person in a different way.

Mild cases may be treated with topical creams or antibiotics. Doctors can prescribe medicines and other treatments for rosacea. There is no cure, but with treatment, most people can control their symptoms and keep the disease from getting worse.

* Antibiotic creams or pills may be used to treat redness and pimples. Antibiotic pills may also help treat eye problems. Women who are pregnant should not use some antibiotic creams or pills. If you use antibiotics, be patient-it can take a month or two before you start to see improvement.

Surgical

Enlarged blood vessels, some redness and changes due to rhinophyma often become permanent. In these cases, surgical methods, such as laser surgery and electrosurgery, may reduce the visibility of blood vessels, remove tissue buildup around your nose and generally improve your appearance.


By Mike Hussey
Published: 10/29/2007

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