Rosacea treatment with DMK Beaconsfield

Rosacea – Beaconsfield

At Skin Revision, a Rosacea treatment is a common one and one we pride ourselves on its success. Rosacea does affect children, however, it mainly affects adults between the ages of 30-50. The typical signs of Rosacea are redness and broken capillaries of the cheeks, nose, chin, and forehead.

Deep foundation or makeup is often used to try to camouflage the rosacea, but this is not the solution. Blocking and creating bacteria in any open pores may well be the cause of Rosacea in many people.   We can significantly reduce the rosacea and help you manage it forever.

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Rosacea treatment with DMK Beaconsfield

How can Rosacea be treated at the skin clinic?

We trust in our use of DMK to treat, reduce, remove, and manage women and men with rosacea. Through their science, DMK has formulated the Embioment system. It works well and effectively to help those people suffering from inflamed skin conditions such as rosacea.

What Treatment will I need to remove Rosacea?

Your treatment is likely to be a combination of DMK paramedical skin revision treatments and LED light therapy. At your skin consultation, we can determine what is triggering your Rosacea. We can then make a judgment on the treatment plan required to reduce and remove your Rosacea.

Rosacea treatment with DMK Beaconsfield
Rosacea treatment with DMK Beaconsfield

Common reasons for Rosacea

  • UV rays from the sun are very likely to have an effect on your Rosacea
  • Exposure to increased heat such as long periods in warm rooms. This increases blood flow.
  • Working out or cardio causes sweating. Try shorter workout periods to minimise sweat in the pores.
  • Alcohol. There is strong evidence that there is a connection between alcohol and Rosacea. It is actually thought to be the most common reason why people develop Rosacea when they get to age 30 and upwards. Alcohol contains histamine which is a known chemical that does not allow the body to break down the alcohol. Red wine is particularly bad for Rosacea.
  • The heat from spicy food
  • Genetics
  • Hair spray and skincare products
Rosacea treatment with DMK Beaconsfield

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will one treatment be enough?

Unfortunately one treatment is not enough. After your in-depth consultation, you will need a number of treatments every month and the use of particular prescribed products by us, at home. Along with managing your lifestyle, you will find the Rosacea being reduced and even removed for a much longer period of time than you will have experienced before.
Medical studies have shown that Rosacea patients who continue skin therapy for the long termm are less likely to experience a recurrence of symptoms.

Will my Rosacea get worse with age?

The signs and symptoms tend to become more severe as you get older and without any treatment. In a National Rosacea Society survey, about half of rosacea sufferers had said that without having any treatment, their condition had advanced, within a year, from early to middle stage within a year. Fortunately, with treatment and managing the lifestyle, rosacea can be controlled to a degree over the longer term.

How long does Rosacea last?

Rosacea is a chronic disorder, rather than a short-term condition, and is often characterized by relapses and remissions. According to the National Rosacea society, A study of 48 previously diagnosed rosacea patients, found that 52 percent still had active Rosacea, with an average ongoing duration of 13 years. The remaining 48 percent had cleared,.The average duration of their rosacea had been nine years.

Can Rosacea occur in children?

Although the incidence of Rosacea in children is not too common, it can happen, especially on the eyelids. Rosacea often runs in families. If this is the case, it would be prudent to look out for the early signs in children and act accordingly by speaking to a doctor or a skin clinic such as ourselves in Beaconsfield.

Are there support groups for Rosacea sufferers?

The National Rosacea Society is the world’s largest organization for Rosacea support. It offers information and educational services to hundreds of thousands of Rosacea patients each year.

Rosacea sufferers can find online chat groups and forums through Facebook and

Can hair spray and skin creams cause Rosacea and redness in cheeks?

Due to the alcohol content in hair spray, it can trigger Rosacea. This can cause an increase in blood flow once in contact with the skin on the face. If you are prone to Rosacea, try and protect your skin with a light small towel when spraying hair spray.

Skin Products can also be an irritant. Your skin may be more prone to irritation and Rosacea if you have a compromised barrier function when certain known irritants, such as skin products are applied.  We can advise on the skin products to use if you have Rosacea.

Do spicy foods cause Rosacea and flushing in the face and neck?

Too much spicy food over many years will help bring on Rosacea and redness to the forehead, chin, cheeks and nose. If you are prone to Rosacea then take caution and try and avoid too many of the spicy foods you grave.

Does getting stressed can increase Rosacea?

If you get stressed a lot it will cause the body to overreact to changes to its chemical composition. Therefore if you are prone to Rosacea, try to manage your stress to calm the Rosacea

Where can I get treatment for my Rosacea?

At Skin Revision in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. Jacqui Bannister is the skin revisionist and owner at the clinic. She has suffered Rosacea for many years and controls the outbreaks with regular DMK treatments and homecare.

Will I have Rosacea forever?

Rosacea is a difficult skin condition to surpress during ones lifetime. Unlike acne it does not necessarily disappear with age.
Changes in lifestyle habits are the way to manage Rosacea over the longer term.
Regular treatments at professional skin clinics such as Skin Revision will surpress the Rosacea considerably, to an extent that make up or foundation is often not necessary to cover it up.