Rosacea Skin Condition & Treatment



Skin conditions are a pain. Many of us have to deal with them every now and again, so it always excites when I hear there is a treatment available or recommended lifestyle changes to combat an annoying skin condition. Some of you may suffer from Rosacea, or may know someone who does. For those who have never heard of Rosacea skin condition, it is a medical condition, where the veins in the face enlarge giving the face a slightly or very red appearance. It typically begins after the age of 30, although it can start before. The cheeks nose, chin or forehead are usually the affected areas on the face. At first, the redness will just come and go but as time passes, it tends to get darker and more chronic. If left untreated, the veins start to become visible, bumps and pimples start to develop, and in more severe cases the nose can become swollen and bumpy and the eyes irritated, watery and bloodshot. So this is a very serious medical skin condition.

I have seen a few people with this skin condition but I never knew what the name of the condition until very recently. At the moment, there is no known medical cure for the Rosacea skin condition but there are treatments available. These treatments tackle the symptoms and flare ups to make life manageable. The first place I would advise anyone to visit for a Rosacea Treatment would be Pulse Light Clinic London, and I would tell you why, but before I do that, watch this video by the clinic, it would answer many of your burning questions.


Pulse Light Clinic tackle the Rosacea skin medical condition with the IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) treatment for the symptoms and a nutritional consultation from a qualified nutritionist for the lifestyle changes. This combination of these 2 effective treatment methods is what makes Pulse Light Clinic stand out from the rest. This treatment is for both men and women, it works on facial redness, bumps and pimples, and on all skin types.

If you are dealing with the Rosacea skin condition, you shouldn’t have to deal with it alone. Contact Pulse Light Clinic to book in a free consultation and patch-test to get started. You can reach them via email – or telephone 02075235158.

Do you have the Rosacea skin condition? Do you know anyone who does? Sound off in the comment section below, let’s chat.

Thanks for reading and have a lovely day.


*This is a collaborative post.

47 responses

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  2. Skin conditions are definitely a pain especially now that winter is coming and we have harsher weather and central heating to deal with. I haven’t heard of this skin condition before but it’s great that there are options out there to help with it.

  3. I envy those with perfect skin and I think a lot of people have to deal with skin conditions for years and years, and I’m glad that there is treatment out there which doctors can’t provide!

  4. I am lucky enough not to suffer from skin conditions but my heart goes out to those who do. It’s a shame there isn’t a cure yet, but at least there are treatments to help it. I had heard of Rosacea before as my friend suffers from it.

    Laura x x x

  5. I have a skin condition (eczema) which can be frustrating at times as I get it on my face and it can look similar to this condition. I’m always interested to hear about new treatments so thanks for sharing!

  6. The results of the pulse light clinic are fantastic. I know a couple of people with this and this is so helpful. I have something like this on my arms, I wonder if this would work for that too. x

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