Does your face always look like you’re blushing? Have you noticed redness on your cheeks, nose, chin, or forehead? Have you come across bumps on your face that resemble acne?
You likely have a skin condition known as rosacea. You may know that already. And, you may have tried a variety of different methods to get rid of it because of the irritation and discomfort you’ve experienced.
Rosacea is a treatable and manageable skin condition. Unfortunately, you may not have all the information you need to begin turning your skin around. You may not even have the right information to deal with it effectively.
Fortunately, solutions are available, and Laser Genesis might just be the right one for you.
The exact causes of rosacea are unknown, though there are certain things that might be to blame. That can be somewhat frustrating to know, because how you ended up with rosacea might just be a roll of the dice.
Here are the factors that can play a role in rosacea skin:
Several other things may increase your chances of getting rosacea, including:
Some treatments can help you reduce and manage your symptoms. These include gels and foams, antibiotics, and acne drugs. Your physician may recommend specific solutions for you based on your condition. In most cases, it will take a few weeks or even a few months before you see any improvement with the use of these products.
Beyond that, laser, dermabrasion, and electrocautery treatments are often used to treat rosacea. Regardless of how you choose to go about treating your condition, it’s always best to consult your physician or qualified expert.
Are you looking for a treatment method that’s safe for all skin types and all genders? Then Laser Genesis might be exactly what you’ve been looking for.
Laser Genesis is a noninvasive skin rejuvenation treatment that uses controlled laser energy on affected areas. This energy passes through your outer skin layer and is absorbed by the deeper tissues.
Laser Genesis works by heating up your skin tissues and proteins. This causes your body to heal naturally. When heated, blood and nutrients move to the treatment area, which results in the creation of new, healthier tissues as well as stronger collagen fibers.
Left untreated, rosacea can continue to progress. Bumps, pimples, and swelling can cause discomfort, and because it’s a chronic condition, it can even have an impact on the quality of your life.
Laser Genesis is a simple treatment that lasts no more than 30 minutes. Because you’ll have little to no downtime, you can go about your regular daily activities after treatment. Is it time for you to get a treatment? Get in touch with Melanie L. Adams, MD to find out if Laser Genesis is right for you.