All about Acne Rosacea

Ance Rosacea is a type of hereditary skin disease that causes rashes and inflammation around the face, especially the cheeks and eyes. Although this is not curable at the moment, there are a lot of ways you can keep it at check.

Acne Rosacea is basically a vascular disorder that is almost impossible to cure. The first stage begins with reddening and flushing of the cheeks, followed by severe itching sensation. This is the beginning symptom of Rosacea that later grows more severe in the later stages. The real Rosacea begins when the blood vessels around the area that is reddened starts dilating and this leads to the formation of several red patches over the skin.



This redness continues until it becomes a permanent patch over the skin leading to inflammation of the skin in that region.

But there’s no need to leave this at such a serious state. Although at the current level of medical advancement, curing this is not possible, you can still make the condition a little better. Here are some suggestions as to make the condition more bearable.



Smoking and spicy food – Smoking contributes greatly to the inflammation that is already formed due to the acne. So reducing this will definitely help reduce the redness and inflammation. The same goes for spicy food. The lesser you eat it, the lesser it will affect in your acne that in turn will help keep the inflammation on check.

Antibiotics – There are several antibiotic creams and gels that can be used in the beginning to slow down the spread of acne and also prevent it to some extent. Consult your doctor on this and look for creams that contain metronidazole in them. Apply them regularly from the beginning of Acne Rosacea so you’ll have better chances at trying to reduce the effects of Rosacea. In case of severe cases like scarring etc. you can go for laser treatment.

You can also go for other methods like dermabrasion and surgeries to deal with scars and removal of unwanted tissues.Oral antibiotics are also available you don’t prefer creams and topical ointments. Consult your doctor for further information regarding this.





Cybele