Rosacea is a skin disorder marked by redness. Bumps, pimples and papules sometimes develop on the affected area. It principally occurs on the face (forehead, nose and cheeks). In extreme case, the chin, scalp, upper back, chest and ears may be affected.
When rosacea first develops, it may appear then disappear. It may return after a few days or weeks. When it disappears on its own i.e. without medication, the skin does not return to its original colour.
The surface of skin of the affected area may remain rosy and sometimes a spidery network of reddish lines may be visible. The reddish lines are the remnants of enlarged blood vessels. This medical condition of enlarged blood vessels is called telangiectasias.
The ocular rosaceatic subtype causes inflammation and irritation of the eyelids. It can lead to blurry vision, and in extreme cases; it can lead to temporary blindness.
Treatment of Rosacea
The appropriate treatment technique for a rosaceatic inflammation depends on the subtype and severity. Even though, it is not recommended, some people leave mild cases untreated. Sometimes, they disguise the symptoms by applying makeup on the affected area.
Moderate and severe cases can be treated with medication, laser surgery or topical agents.
Trigger avoidance is the first step in any treatment. Trigger avoidance consists of modifying your behavior in such a way as to minimize your exposure to factors that provoke rosaceatic eruptions.
Here is a non-exhaustive list of the triggers which, you must avoid: excessive exposure to sunlight, emotional stress, anxiety, depression, sunburns, hot weather, cold weather, windy conditions, strenuous exercise, alcohol consumption, red wine, spicy foods, humidity, indoor heat, certain skin care products, heated beverages, certain cosmetics, marinated meat, steroids and histamine-rich foods.
Medication consist of topical and oral antibiotics.
The most frequently prescribed oral antibiotics include tetracycline, doxycycline and minocycline. Metronidazole is the most frequently prescribed topical antibiotic.
Antibiotics are effective in treating the inflammatory rosaceatic subtypes. Subtypes such as papulopustular and phymatous rosacea respond well to antibiotics. These subtypes are characterized by red bumps (papules) and pus-filled pustules.
A shortcoming of antibiotics is their inability to kill skin bacteria. Both oral and topical antibiotics have this disadvantage. Furthermore, antibiotics need to be used for months before you can expect to start seeing the effects.
As with all chemicals, you should avoid long-term use. People with a history of kidney diseases may not use tetracycline antibiotics because the antibiotics tend to re-ignite the kidney problems.
Furthermore, these antibiotics are not for pregnant women or women that are breastfeeding as they can be the source of birth defects for unborn babies.
Be honest with your dermatologist and reveal any allergies or medical problems that you may have. Using these antibiotics while you have medical problems can lead to the aggravation of your situation.
Laser surgery is increasingly popular in treatment of rosacea.
Laser surgery is effective for vascular rosaceatic subtypes like fulminans and erythematotelangiectatic. During a treatment session, intense pulsed light lasers are beamed through the epidermis to the oxy-hemoglobin of the cells of the dermis.
The structure of the infected oxy-hemoglobin is destroyed, when heated over 75 °C (158 °F). The destruction of the oxy-hemoglobin causes the walls of the capillaries to break down. You will need several laser treatment sessions to achieve full remission.
Revitol rosacea cream is a top of the line over-the-counter homeopathic treatment. The effectiveness and high safety standards of the revitol formula is widely extolled in the dermatological community.
The revitol formula contains anti-inflammatory ingredients that treat telangiectasias. Telangiectasias is the condition that is responsible for the red, spidery lines that run across your face. The anti-inflammatory ingredients of revitol treats this problem by constricting the blood vessels near the surface of the skin.
Rosaceatic outbreaks weaken the ability of your skin to produce its natural protective film of oil. Revitol contains ingredients that stimulate your skin to naturally produce oil.
Your skin may become dry and flaky due to the nature of rosaceatic disorder. The collagen boosting ingredients in revitol hydrate and moisturize your skin. This helps prevent any bacteria from aggravating your condition.
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