Rosacea Mississauga- Light Touch.
Are you experiencing redness on your cheeks, forehead, nose, or chin that goes away and then comes back? Do you have visible blood vessels, papules or pustules? You may be experiencing the symptoms of rosacea Mississauga, and Light Touch Spa can help you with this.
Typically developed in adults ages thirty to fifty, rosacea Mississauga is a chronic and potentially life-disruptive disorder primarily of the facial skin. This disorder is chronic because it can flare-up and then go into remission, and there is not yet any known cause as to why this occurs. This being said, there are a variety of treatments available that can relieve symptoms, and Light Touch Spa has provided some below:
Signs and Symptoms of Rosacea Mississauga.
Most times, the following symptoms will be a sign that you are experiencing rosacea Mississauga.
- Frequent flushing of the face
- Persistent redness of the face
- Visible blood vessels
- Small spots, tiny papules or pustules
- Ocular rosacea Mississauga: conjunctivitis, grittiness, eye irritation may occur
- Facial swelling
Different Rosacea Mississauga Treatment Methods:
Experts are not sure what exactly causes rosacea Mississauga, but the following related factors are said to contribute.
- Abnormalities in blood vessels
- Family history
- Light skin color: higher percentage of light skinned people develop rosacea
- pylori bacteria
- Triggers like certain foods and stress
Although there is no cure for rosacea Mississauga, there are a handful of treatment options that you can take advantage of to help ease the symptoms. Medications can help with rosacea symptoms and you can take them orally or have them applied to your skin to reduce the inflammation and redness. You can also try laser treatments that use heat to shrink inflamed blood vessels under the skin and limit the visibility. Light Touch Spa offers our clients services that can help them with rosacea Mississauga. If you would like to know more about how we can help you, please feel free to contact via phone or email.