Rosacea is a benign skin condition. It can have an annoying psycho-social impact because it most often affects the face. It is characterized by mainly redness in the face, but sometimes also the neck and décolleté. The origin of rosacea is so vascular, hence the term "acne rosacea" should be abandoned. Indeed, rosacea has nothing with acne. Its origin is the pilosebaceous follicle and the vascular compartment.
Rosacea described usually in four (4) stages
1. Intense transient redness (in English "flushes")
2 Permanent redness forms Erythrosis and couperose
3 'Pimples' inflammatory related to redness
4 Persistent Œdemes and blisters, some areas of the face.
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Any redness of the face is not necessarily of rosacea. An initial diagnosis by a dermatologist doctor is absolutely essential before starting any treatment. Need to know distinguish rosacea from Seborrheic Dermatitis or chronic lupus erythematosus whose medical support is of course completely different.
Rosaceae and lasers
While drug treatments will help fight inflammation, only lasers are able to reduce redness. Indeed, this being due to vessels dilated in too many in the skin, the treatment will be eliminated by specific photocoagulation.
For the mechanism of action of base, see under:
Depending on the stage of your rosacea, it will take two (2) to six (6) laser sessions to result in a significant improvement. Unfortunately, lasers have no preventive effect on the manufacture of vessels. Should therefore consider a maintenance to maintain the improvement obtained. The frequency of this interview will be refined during the first consultation. However the treatment had no effect on the phenomenon of flush.
It should be noted that health insurance does not reimburse laser for rosacea treatments.