Treatment of Rosacea
Sometimes rosacea can lead to obvious blood vessels on the surface of the skin that you want to remove. If the redness or pimples really bother you, you can ask your doctor for advice. There is also a subtype of rosacea called rhinophyma which, by thickening the sebaceous glands and skin, can cause the nose to become large and lumpy. This can also be treated.
Topical treatment with ointment can reduce the swelling, but it may take a few weeks. Ask the doctor which treatments are best. You must not treat yourself with cortisone cream to reduce the swelling. Cortisone can actually make rosacea worse.
What you can do for yourself is to avoid the sun, be careful when washing your face by avoiding soap and use moisturizer, preferably without perfume. You should also be aware that rosacea is sensitive to heat and cold, hot drinks, strong food, exercise, alcohol and stress.
In addition to the aforementioned treatments, Dr.Dropin now also offers a gentle and effective laser treatment, which both reduces redness and visible blood vessels that have arisen in connection with rosacea.Book appointment
There is no cure for rosacea, but the inflammation in the skin can be treated as described above. The dermatologists at Dr.Dropin can provide medical advice, treatment plans, prescriptions, and further referrals if needed, either in the clinic or through video consultations.
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At Dr.Dropin you can come to experienced dermatologists who can diagnose and treat all skin disorders. Dr.Dropin is committed to offering good skin services at a fixed and predictable price, and with a short waiting time. For assessment and treatment of rosacea, you can book an appointment for a physical consultation, or get help through a video or photo consultation.Curious about our offer? Read more here