There are some common characteristics between people whom seek laser therapy. The condition appears to be most prevalent among:
- Women reaching the menopausal stage
- People with fair skin
- Those with blonde hair and blue eyes
- People aged between 30 and 60 years
If you believe you might be experiencing signs and symptoms of the skin condition, make an appointment for laser treatment for rosacea today.
There are two main types of rosacea which can be treated with laser therapy. Each of the following responds positively to rosacea treatment, though results might vary from one person to the next.
This is characterised by a permanently red face that can become increasingly red quite easily as a result of flushing or blushing. Blood vessels below the surface of the skin can become dilated, causing broken capillaries (spider veins). The skin is often very sensitive and sufferers may experience a burning or itching sensation.
This form of rosacea involves permanent redness, red papules and pustules. The appearance of papulopustular is often confused with acne due to characteristic similarities.