Do you suffer with facial redness, especially across the cheeks and nose? If so you may have Rosacea (pronounced “row-zay-sha”). This often starts with a tendency to flush and frequently occurs in fair skinned people aged 40-60. Whilst it’s more common in women, when it occurs in a male patient it tends to be more severe. In addition to generalised redness, those with rosacea often experience a burning or stinging sensation, and the skin in the area can be particularly sensitive, especially to sunlight. Patients may describe trigger factors such as spicy food, alcohol, stress, exercise, wind, a change in […]
If your face is often red across the cheeks, chin, forehead & nose you may have rosacea. This is a common condition from aged 40-60 years. There can be a tendency to flush with alcohol/ spicy food. Prescription skin care is available from BrightNewMe . Please book your free consultation.