Abadir Associates created this infographic on how they can treat your rosacea, to help patients with rosacea understand their treatment options. Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that primarily affects the face. It causes redness and inflammation, and can produce small, red bumps on the forehead, chin, cheeks, and/or nose.
It is normal for patients with rosacea to notice a predisposition to blushing, experience burning or stinging sensations of the skin, and have visible broken blood vessels or facial veins.
While there is no cure, here are some rosacea treatments:
- Topical Creams – Creams can be applied to the face to both help reduce inflammation and to camouflage the symptoms of rosacea.
- Photo-facials – Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) photo-facials are a safe and effective way to treat brown spots, sunspots, age spots, facial veins, and unsightly broken capillaries.
- Antibiotics – Oral and topical antibiotics can be prescribed for their anti-inflammatory properties.
- Facials – Facials are a non-invasive tool to help manage rosacea by moderating facial redness, calming irritation, and reducing facial swelling of dilated blood vessels.
If you would like more information on rosacea treatments, contact Abadir Associates to schedule a consultation.