Reduce inflammation and calm the immune system within the skin.
Kleresca® Rosacea Treatment
Kleresca® Rosacea treatment is non-invasive and well tolerated with little to no downtime. Patients usually describe the rosacea treatment as a pleasant and comfortable experience. Side effects – seen in some patients- are all transient (temporary) and may include redness, swelling and hyperpigmentation (bronzing of the skin in the treated area).
usually visible after 1st treatment but improve for at least 12 weeks
Feel the change
- Reduce inflammation, reduce the presence of pimples, papules and pustules.
- Reduce redness and blushing by improving microvascularization.
- Reduce the overall stress level of the skin, reducing the feeling of burning and stinging.
- Induce a healing response, improving the overall skin quality.
What is Rosacea?
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that affects primarily the central areas of the face (cheeks, chin, nose and central forehead). It is characterised by redness, easy flushing, sensitive skin, pimples and fine red vascular lines (telangectasia). Depending upon the subtype of rosacea, it can also be expressed as enlargement of the skin of the nose (rhinophyma), or can affect the eyes, causing dryness, itchiness, and swollen red eyelids.
- Rosacea Subtype 1 = Telangectatic: Flushing, persistent redness, vascular lines.
- Rosacea Subtype 2 = Papulopustular: Persistent redness, swelling, bumps and pimples, burning sensation in the skin.
- Rosacea Subtype 3 = Rhinophymal: Thickening of the skin and enlargement, usually in the nose area.
- Rosacea Subtype 4 = Ocular: Eye irritation, burning sensation, red eyelids.
It is possible to have a combination of different subtypes of Rosacea.
What is it like living with Rosacea?
Patients affected by rosacea can experience negative effects on their self esteem and self confidence. It can also affect the normal daily life of sufferers. The symptoms can appear as a response to certain triggers such as UV light, anxiety/stress, certain foods, alcohol, wind etc. Identifying and avoiding triggers can go some way towards keeping the symptoms under control.
A number of different prescription gels and creams are available in Australia to help reduce the symptoms of rosacea subtypes 1 & 2, while certain eyedrops can be useful for subtype 4. Low doses of specific oral antibiotics are sometimes used to regain control of the skin during a flare-up.
It is important to realise that rosacea is a usually a chronic skin condition and treatment is aimed at long term management and reduction of flare-ups. Early diagnosis and management can prevent symptoms progressing from mild to moderate to severe.
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FAQ’s about Kleresca® Rosacea Treatment
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