Rosacea / Acne Treatment in Nagpur, Maharashtra

Rosacea is a long-lasting skin issue that primarily affects the face and gives it a flushed or reddened appearance. Although it can affect anybody, the likelihood of acquiring rosacea is higher in white-skinned females over the age of 30, those who are smokers, have skin that is sensitive to sunburn, or those who have a family history of the condition. With the aid of successful treatment regimens, the skin specialists at Twacha Aesthetic Clinic may assist one in receiving effective treatment for rosacea and achieving a smoother skin tone.

Causes of Rosacea

Rosacea may not have a known cause, although some triggers might make the symptoms worse. An hyperactive immune system, environmental circumstances, inherited causes, or a mix of these may all play a role. It is not communicable and is not related to improper hygiene. The following list of potential causes or triggers:

  • Skin exposure to extreme temperatures, such as the sun, cold, and wind.
  • Neurotic vascular responses.
  • Drugs that widen blood arteries, including certain blood pressure meds.
  • Diseases affecting the digestive system Normally, Helicobacter pylori dwells in the intestine or gut. The amount of gastrin may increase, which could cause the skin to appear flushed.
  • Pathology of the endocrine system.
  • Demodex folliculorum is a type of mite that typically lives on the skin and isn’t dangerous, but in some people, having a high sensitivity to them or having too many mites may irritate the skin.
  • Immunity status has changed.
  • Dermal infectious disorders.
  • Consumption of hot foods, alcoholic drinks, including red wine, cheese, caffeine, hot beverages (tea or coffee), and anything containing the chemical cinnamaldehyde.

The improper skin and hair care products can sometimes make this skin condition worse, and the skin’s immune system might contribute to the development of this condition. Expert dermatologists at Twacha identify the underlying cause of the problem and then offer a patient-specific treatment plan for the best results.

Different Types of Rosacea

There are four subtypes of rosacea, and each has distinct symptoms. The person may have more than one subtype at a given moment.

  • Inflammatory – In medicine, it is referred to as papulopustular (or acne) rosacea. This subtype is characterised by flare-ups that frequently recur in cycles and include swelling, redness, dryness, sensitivity, papules (little red or pink bumps), and pustules (similar to papules but filled with pus). For a few weeks to months, signs and symptoms may suddenly arise on the skin before going away for a period. The forehead, nose, chin, and cheeks are typically where the flushing (or redness) of the skin can be observed. On those with dark complexions (black or brown skin), this redness could be tougher to see. The inflammatory condition rosacea primarily affects women in their middle years.
  • Ocular – The eye area is the focal point of this subtype’s symptoms. The eyes become inflamed, gritty, dry, itching, and light-sensitive. Due to the ruptured blood vessels on the eyelids, they seem watery, red (like bloodshot), and puffy. Patients also describe cysts on their eyes, burning or stinging feelings in their eyes, and subsequently blurred vision.
  • Vascular – Rosacea with erythematotelangiectasia is another name for it (ETR). The middle of the face may appear red and flushed due to the presence of tiny, visible broken blood vessels that remain there and may be seen on the skin. Additionally, the patient has sensitivity, swelling, rough/dry/scaly skin, and a stinging or burning sensation when using water or skincare products.
  • Phymatous – It also goes by the name rhinophyma. The skin on the nose thickens and becomes bumpy, the pores are huge, and the nose size increases in this rarest form of rosacea (i.e. appear bulbous). Typically, this illness affects men, and another subtype of rosacea is frequently present.

Many times, rosacea is mistaken for rashes, eczema, and acne. All forms of rosacea are treated by rosacea expert at Twacha Aesthetic Skin. For those seeking a precise diagnosis and effective treatment for rosacea, it is among India’s top modern clinics and treatment facilities.

Treatment options for Rosacea

Controlling the signs and symptoms of rosacea is the main goal of treatment. The skin condition cannot be cured, but if it is not treated, it could worsen. Our Twacha Aesthetic Skin specialists advise the patients to:

  • Medicine combination– Topical medications (creams or gels) that are applied to the affected skin are indicated as a treatment for mild to moderate forms of rosacea that cause skin flushing. Blood vessel-constricting medications can help minimise flushing, and their effects often become apparent after 12 hours after treatment. Medications include topical treatment and anti-flush medicines can be used to treat the mild or acne-related form of rosacea. Oral antibiotics can be administered for 6–16 weeks to treat a moderate to severe inflammatory form of rosacea. Oral acne medications can help people with severe acne rosacea get rid of their acne (pimples) or rosacea bumps. To improve skin look, it is advised to use drugs for a few weeks or months.
  • Rosacea skincare that you can make at home – Patients need to take additional care of their skin and utilise water-based, oil-free skincare products and gentle cleansers. In order to prevent the symptoms of rosacea from getting worse, people must refrain from using products that contain witch hazel, menthol, alcohol, and exfoliating chemicals. Other measures to manage rosacea include preventing all triggers, such as avoiding direct sun exposure and wearing sunscreens, using moisturisers, covering the face in cold weather, cleaning the eyelids if you have blepharitis, controlling stress, and quitting drinking alcohol.
  • Cosmetic techniques – This comprises dermabrasion, electrocautery (which uses electric current to harm blood vessels), laser or IPL (intense pulsed light) treatment, and (a skin resurfacing treatment to sand off the top affected skin layer).

Intense pulsed light can be used to treat patients with severe rosacea in order to get rid of the broken blood vessels that have gotten bigger and more obvious on the skin. The light targets or warms the melanin in the skin as well as the haemoglobin in the blood vessels. On skin that is neither tanned or dark in color, it works best. It is a cosmetic operation, and the full results may not be seen for a few weeks. Periodically planned sessions can be repeated to preserve the skin’s enhanced appearance.

Rosacea is a difficult skin condition that needs a customized treatment strategy. Despite the fact that the illness is not hazardous, it can make sufferers withdraw from social situations and reduce their quality of life.

Visit Twacha Aesthetic Clinic and speak with the greatest skin specialists to find out which treatment will be the best fit for you.




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