If you struggle with inflamed red sensitive skin or even rosacea, you know how difficult it can be to get the condition under control. We have a number of effective Rosacea treatments available; including laser treatment which can help reduce and even eliminate rosacea
At You By Sia, we offer effective rosacea skin treatments, which result in combating not only the redness but the skin's overall health and sensitivity. Our treatment for rosacea involves the combination of Clinicals Cosmeceutical Skincare as well as Skin Needling, laser treatment for rosacea, and our exclusive THERMIQUE™ treatment, which we have found to be the best treatment for rosacea available.
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Rosacea is a result of compromised immune activity. This occurs from damage to the digestive tract. The barrier is deficient which sensitises the skin to active ingredients and irritants. Alcohol and smoking can also contribute to the inflammation that causes Rosacea.
We are not born with sensitive skin, but create it. Through excessive exfoliation and chemical or astringent skin care, we remove or interfere with our skin's most important protective layer, the Epidermis. Removing or impairing this layer puts the skin into a state of havoc and inflammation begins, which leads to everyday functions of the skin put on hold. The skins primary focus is replacing the Epidermis, immediately. Without that top layer intact, the skin will suffer, become red and unhappy. If we leave this layer alone and possibly even help it to do its job, then we should be able to repair all redness and sensitivity...unless we are still exposing it to excessive UV and irritating chemicals in our skincare.
We can also have the predisposition to having sensitive red skin, but usually have to trigger it, such as Rosacea. If we do then it may become harder to correct the redness and it may even become a more medical permanent condition that can not be corrected but can still be managed.
The following symptoms are often found on the cheeks, temples, forehead, nose and even eyes. It may start in one area and spread to other areas of the face;