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Our Expert Commentary
Why is it important to get Rosacea properly diagnosed?
sk:n Clinics medical expert Dr Jinah Yoo believes
- Erythematotelangiectatic Rosacea
Flat, red patches with tiny blood vessels often affecting the cheeks and nose, which can flare up with some triggers such as hot drinks, spicy food, alcohol and stress. Best treated with laser
- Papulopustular Rosacea
Spots which can look similar to acne spots. Best treated with topical or oral antibiotics or isotretinoin (retinoid tablet) if it is severe or hasn’t responded to antibiotics
- Ocular Rosacea
Red, sore, gritty skin around the eyelid margin
Red enlarged nose. Best treated with laser or surgery“
Visit Dr Jinah Yoo‘s profile to find out more about her medical expertise
How Many Treatments Will I Need?
The exact number of treatments you’ll need depends on the severity of your symptoms. On average, three treatments every seven to 14 days are initially required to get excellent results. After this, your practitioner will discuss a maintenance plan. During your consultation, your practitioner will discuss a complete treatment plan with you to suit your needs and finances.
How Will I Feel During Rosacea Treatment?
Some slight discomfort may be felt during laser treatment, but this is well tolerated by the majority of patients.
Is Rosacea Treatment The Right Treatment For Me?
With the range of rosacea treatments available at sk:n, your specialist will be able to advise you on which approach holds the most promise for you. If you have a tan, then you will need to allow this to fade before laser treatment, as the procedure will not be effective otherwise.
What Happens After Rosacea Treatment?
Sometimes, laser treatment can leave you with slight bruising and swelling, but this soon settles. In the very rare instance that pain or infection occurs, simple measures such as paracetamol, Aloe Vera gel and antibacterial cream solve the problem.