BROKEN CAPILLARIES/ ROSACEA/ TELANGIECTASES:
Rosacea is a chronic rash involving the central face that most often affects those aged 30 to 60. It is common in those with fair skin, blue eyes and Celtic origins. It may be transient, recurrent or persistent and is characterised by its colour, red.
There are several theories regarding the cause of rosacea, including genetic, environmental, vascular and inflammatory factors. Skin damage due to chronic exposure to ultraviolet radiation plays a part.
Rosacea results in red spots (papules) and sometimes pustules. They are dome-shaped rather than pointed and unlike acne here are no blackheads, whiteheads or nodules. Rosacea may also result in red areas, scaling (rosacea dermatitis) and swelling.
Recommended Rosacea Treatments
Recommended Rosacea Products
Rosacea in-salon Treatment Plan