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Rosacea Treatment

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What is Rosacea?
What is Rosacea?
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Rosacea is a skin condition that causes redness of the face, especially in areas exposed to the sun, such as the nose, cheeks, and forehead. Rosacea may indicate diseases related to the body’s immunity, or it may be self-limiting, and thus it may appear after the age of thirty, when medications and creams help reduce symptoms.
What is Rosacea?
What is Rosacea?
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Rosacea is considered one of the rare skin conditions, as it presents with redness, swelling, and the appearance of pimples in the areas of sun exposure, especially the cheeks, cheeks, and forehead, where the main trigger for this condition is the sun, as excessive exposure to the sun plays in fueling this condition.

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Diagnosis of rosacea

Doctors at the Excellage Clinic rely on the history and clinical examination to diagnose rosacea, as the appearance of rosacea is distinctive and is the first line of diagnosis, and it can also be suspected when there is any medical or family history of autoimmune diseases.

Pharmacotherapy for rosacea

In the Excellage Clinic, medications may be used in the treatment of rosacea, and treatment depends primarily on treating symptoms.

  • Topical medications that reduce redness:

For mild to moderate rosacea, creams or gels such as brimonidine (Mirvaso) and oxymetazoline (Rhofade) that reduce redness are prescribed.

Other topical products that help control mild rosacea pimples include azelaic acid (Azelex, Fenacea), metronidazole (Metrogel, Noritate, others) and ivermectin (Solantra).

  • Oral antibiotics:

An oral antibiotic such as doxycycline (Uracea) may be prescribed for moderate to severe roseola with bumps and blisters.

  • Laser treatment of rosacea

The laser reduces the enlarged vessels, as it targets the visible rays, thus helping to reduce the appearance of rosacea. The side effects of laser treatment include swelling or bruising, which may last for several days.

Types of Rosacea

There are a number of different types of rosacea, based on the distribution of the appearance of rosacea, the places and the shape of this acne, including:

Vascular vasculitis: rosacea persists and causes facial flushing with enlarged visible blood vessels (angiovascular).

Papulopustular: Purulent or fluid-filled blisters form on the skin, which can swell on the epidermis and the symptoms are similar to acne.

Phymatous: Symptoms cause swelling and thickening of the skin, causing the formation of what is called rhinophyma, where the nose appears large and swollen.

Ocular acne: Rosacea can affect the eyes, causing irritation, hyperemia or tearing, increased photosensitivity, and painful bumps on the eyelids.

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Here are some questions and answers that will help you know

What are the home remedies for rosacea treatment?

At Excellage Clinic, we recommend a number of home remedies that may help reduce the appearance of rosacea, including:

  • Identify rosacea triggers and try to avoid them.
  • Protect your face, always apply sunscreen.
  • Try to wear a hat and avoid the midday sun
  • Use a soap-free cleanser twice a day and moisturize.

Choose products that are fragrance-free, and avoid those that contain other skin irritants, such as alcohol, camphor, urea, and menthol.


Are there any natural products that help relieve rosacea?

Some studies have found that caffeine may reduce the risk of rosacea, as have other remedies such as emu oil, laurel wood, and oregano oil.

What other areas may develop rosacea other than the face?

  • the nose
  • the chin
  • the eyes
  • the chest
  • Ears
  • the neck



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