Rosacea is a chronic skin condition which is often hereditary. It can present in the form of flushing on the face, or sometimes with pustules or papules on the cheeks, nose, or even the eyes. It’s an inflammatory condition that doesn’t have a cure, but there are many ways to manage the symptoms and frustration.
How Can I Treat Rosacea?
Medication – Prescription medications like doxycycline help reduce the inflammation caused by rosacea and can be used in combination with topical medications to achieve the best possible results. In many cases, these medications are covered by insurance prescription plans.
IPL Therapy – Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) photorejuvenation therapy is a non-invasive treatment, offering a significant improvement or complete removal of redness caused by rosacea in 3-5 treatments. Most people are able to go on with their day as usual after an IPL treatment.
Skin Care & Protection – Skincare is critical to managing rosacea symptoms. There are many non-prescription products you can use to help minimize your rosacea symptoms, and using those products regularly will give you the best results. Daily use of a gentle conditioner, a moisturizer to help bolster the skin barrier, a topical anti-inflammatory, and a sunscreen developed for sensitive skin work together to improve rosacea symptoms significantly.
Get Effective Rosacea Treatment in Orlando
Living with rosacea can be frustrating and discouraging, but we’re here to help. With proper rosacea treatment, Orlando patients see significant improvement in the appearance of their skin, and once they learn to successfully care for their skin on a daily basis, they’re able to maintain that improvement long-term. Contact us to schedule a consultation and we’ll work with you to develop the most successful treatment plan for you.
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Take the Next Step – Request an Appointment Today!
Ready to learn more about treating Rosacea? The first step is to come in for an in-person consultation with our expert providers at Derrow Dermatology in Maitland, FL today.
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