Winter temperatures and cold weather activities can leave facial skin looking red or chapped. Before you slather on moisturiser and hope for the best, it’s wise to consider whether the cause of the redness is actually rosacea. Rosacea is a common skin condition that can last a lifetime, so it’s important to recognise it and treat it as soon as possible.
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that affects nearly half a billion people worldwide. Rosacea is often misunderstood, even by the people diagnosed with the condition. Austin Clinic would like to help correct that. This article focuses in on the four types of rosacea and treatment options to help you find relief.
Are you troubled by flushed skin, patchy dryness and acne-like spots? That’s rosacea. It affects more than 400 million people worldwide. Dr Austin and the medical experts behind beautiful faces at our clinic in Balgowlah want everyone to know about Synergie Minerals.
The last thing Lena Dunham expected was to develop rosacea at the age of 31.