- Rosacea 101: What It Is and How To Treat It
It is most commonly seen in those who have fair skin and is sometimes referred to as the “Curse of the Celts” or a “Peaches and Cream“ complexion. Onset usually occurs between 20-40 years of age. Rosacea is a long lasting, non-scarring skin condition of the face that is often misdiagnosed as adult acne...
- Has Your Rosy Complexion Turned into a Red Face? It is Probably Rosacea.
Years ago, those who had a red nose were commonly thought to be drinkers (and this sometimes affected their business or social life). Now we know that this idea was very unfair, and that most people who have a red nose (and sometimes red cheeks and a red chin) are simply afflicted with rosacea...
- Treating Your Skin with "Intense Pulsed Light"
Most of us know that lasers, which produce a single wavelength of light, are used in medicine to treat many conditions, in particular unwanted hair, blood vessels, dark spots and tattoos on the skin. A related technology called "Intense Pulsed Light" (also known as "IPL") is also very useful for some skin conditions, and ...
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