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What is rosacea?

April is Rosacea Awareness Month, so it seemed like to perfect time to dive in and answer the question, ‘What is rosacea?’ 🤔 Many of my clients don’t even realise they have rosacea. They come to see me concerned about their red face or the fact that they always look hot and flushed, even though they don’t feel it. Looking at their skin and listening to their concerns, I can see that they have rosacea. So what is rosacea? Rosacea is a common skin condition which usually occurs on the face. It mainly affects people with fair skin, but it can affect all skin types. It usually occurs in people aged 40 to 60 years old. It is more common in women, but when affecting men, it may be more severe. A chronic condition, rosacea can persist for a long … Continue reading

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Laser treatment is coming!

I am super excited that laser treatment is coming to my skin clinic in Christchurch, Dorset next month. I have been wanting to introduce laser for a while, as I know how amazingly effective laser treatments can be. Finally, I was able to go and do my training and my advanced laser machine is on its way. So in a few weeks I’ll be ready to go! So what can laser do? Red vein removal, Pigmentation removal, Acne scar treatment and more … Laser treatment achieves incredible, long-lasting results for so many different areas. It can effectively remove red vein/spider veins as well as the red areas of Rosacea. Check out these before and after photos for reducing the appearance of pigmentation on the hands! Laser treatment is brilliant for acne scars, as well as targeting the bacteria in the … Continue reading

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Before and after rosacea treatment

What a difference from rosacea treatment!! Rosacea can be a pain in the arse (there is no other way of saying it!). If you suffer from rosacea, you will know anything can irritate it, making the skin hot and sensitive. This client was desperate for rosacea treatment. She has followed all of our skincare advice and her results are showing because of it. Skincare products that are correct for her type of skin The right skincare supplements for her skin, which work from within A Pure chemical peel/cosmetic peel every 3 weeks Her next appointment is in a few weeks’ time, when we’ll be adding LED colour therapy to her session as part of her rosacea treatment. This will really boost her skin, calming it even further. If you have a skin concern like rosacea, acne, pigmentation or fine lines, … Continue reading

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What skincare products are right for me?

Okay let’s just say it, there are TOO many skincare products out there. How the hell do you know if: A) you are using the correct skincare products for your skin B) If they are any good at achieving the skin you wish to have?! So what type of skincare products you should have all comes down to what you want to achieve from your products. Everyone wants a healthier, clear complexion. It’s about finding the right products for your skin and I know that can be totally mind-boggling. First things first, let’s talk cleanser Personally, I wouldn’t use any other cleanser other than a foam cleanser. Why? Because it removes all bacteria which, if left, will turn into bacteria. Bacteria will then turn into breakouts. Foam cleanser leaves your skin feeling squeaky clean and refreshed. Clinicare foam cleanser is … Continue reading

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Do I have Rosacea?

You may have often looked at your skin and wondered ‘Why do I have red skin?’ ‘Why is my skin so sensitive?’ If you have, you may have rosacea and if it goes untreated, it can lead to permanent damage. What is rosacea? Rosacea is a common skin condition which usually occurs on the face and predominantly affects fair skin but may affect all skin types in people aged 40 to 60 years old. It is more common in women but when affecting men, it may be more severe. It is a chronic condition, and can persist for a long time and, in any individual, the severity tends to fluctuate. Rosacea tends to affect the cheeks, forehead, chin and nose, and is characterised by persistent redness caused by dilated blood vessels, small bumps and pus-filled spots similar to acne. There … Continue reading

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