The most obvious symptoms of rosacea manifest as redness and sometimes scaling or dryness, particularly across the cheeks, chin and forehead. Persistent redness is a common concern as the tendency for the affected skin to flush can, over time, make the problem permanent. Other symptoms include skin sensitivity, prominent facial blood vessels, and bumps on the skin.
Rosacea is a separate condition from acne, although small spots sometimes appear within the affected area. Unfortunately, the exact causes of rosacea are unknown, but multiple trigger factors have been identified. It is important for sufferers to seek help from a qualified dermatologist who is able to address all aspects of this troublesome, chronic condition.
Dr Anjali Mahto is on hand to address your rosacea and help restore your confidence and wellbeing, using a bespoke combination of prescription creams, tablets and laser therapies, as well as discussing lifestyle measures.
For expert help with your rosacea, contact the clinic to book a consultation with Dr Anjali.