Didn’t think it was possible to eliminate rosacea? Let us show you how it can be done, by working with your body’s own physiology and self-healing power!
ROSACEA TREATMENT IN LOS ANGELES AND ORANGE COUNTY
We know how difficult living with rosacea can be. Especially when you’ve probably tried many treatments without success. At AMA Skincare, our goal is to eliminate your rosacea once and for all, by working with your body’s own physiology and self-healing power. Through out holistic, multiple modality protocols, we can completely remove even the most severe rosacea. And help you put a beautiful, rosacea-free face forward to the world once again.
Rosacea is one of the most common causes of persistent redness of the cheeks and nose. The exact cause of rosacea is unknown, but it occurs most commonly in patients of Northern European descent with fair skin, and will often run in families. Rosacea is common in both men and women, although men are much more likely to develop the progressive disease, especially on the nose. AMA Skincare’s innovative treatment protocol for this inflammatory disorder incorporates all our holistic laser methods of effectively controlling and lessening symptoms, so that your skin can heal naturally from the inside out. More difficult acne rosacea treatments may require photodynamic therapy.
The earliest signs of rosacea can be present even in childhood. Most patients are ‘blushers’ who easily flush when stressed, and may be especially sensitive to acne treatment medications or skincare products. In some patients, this tendency to blush and flush may progress to persistent redness and the appearance of broken capillaries on the cheeks and nose. The redness may deepen and other signs of inflammation may set in, including swelling and pimples, especially on the cheeks and nose (“gin blossom”). Rarely, chronic inflammation may lead to overgrowth of collagen and sebaceous (oil) glands in the skin on the nose, leading to rhinophyma (a rare disorder involving the thickening of the skin on the nose). In this case, a more intensive rosacea treatment may be required.