Rosacea | Skin Redness

Rosacea affects more women than men, typically in their 30s to 50s; however symptoms can begin to show from early 20s. It is primarily seen on the nose, cheeks, forehead and chin, as well as the neck and chest and is often mistaken for acne, eczema or some other skin allergy. Left untreated, symptoms will worsen, so early action is advised. If you are experiencing redness, but also other symptoms, such as spots, visible blood vessels and dry and thickened skin, you could be suffering from a skin condition called Rosacea. Sadly, there is currently no cure, only treatments to ease the symptoms sometimes changing your diet can also help. Wearing good Sun factor to protect the skin from the elements is also very important.

Clients with this condition can expect good results if they have regular treatments which have been developed to help the condition. Treatments which strengthen the skin and cause the skin trauma in the deeper layers motivate skin healing and in turn repair.

For us to help you with your skin it is very important to book a Free no obligation consultation with our aesthetic therapist.


Skin Peels (Mandalic Acid)


Platelet Rich Plasma(PRP)

Laser Skin Rejuvenation

Celluma LED Therapy

Obagi Skincare

Epionce Skincare