Rosacea Skin Condition
Rosacea appears as noticeable blood vessels on the face (often around the nose). Clients have sensations of stinging and burning within a short time after sun exposure or some food consumption. Over the years, persistent redness and flushing show rosacea is progressing. Red pimples on the face reflect the stage of inflammation.
World dermatology society still does not know the exact origin of rosacea. Most experts agree that the disorder is related to blood vessels in the deep skin layer. Under certain stimuli, vessels stay dilated. Permanently dilated vessels provoke the body’s response. The body sends immune and inflammatory cells to the area. These cells contribute to the permanent redness and pimples seen.
There are two significant components of rosacea: redness and inflammation.
Types of Rosacea
Rosacea can be a central facial redness. It can also be associated with itching, burning, and stinging. In addition to redness, some clients develop pimples that fluctuate over time. There is also the type of rosacea in which the individual develops a bulbous nose. This occurrence is more typical in men than in women. Swollen and red eyes are one more type of rosacea.
MedVSPA helps people with any rosacea type, and the B&A page shows MedVSPA results. MedVSPA recommends a series of Scarlet RF Microneedling and PRP treatments to solidify results and reduce the risk of reoccurrence.