Although there are other forms of skin sensitivity, rosacea is the most common cause of skin redness. Rosacea is a severe skin disease characterized by inflammation and redness of the forehead, scalp, face, ears, upper body, and back.
The disease begins as a predisposition to blushing, but as it worsens, veins may become prominent in the center of the face, causing chronic redness and acne.
Our estheticians frequently assist patients whose rosacea has been improperly diagnosed as adult-onset acne or sun damage. Although the specific origins of rosacea are unknown, customized weekly facials can significantly minimize redness and provide a smoother skin tone.
However, when receiving spa services, your esthetician must understand your rosacea and your unique desires. Only some service providers support it. You also need to understand how these procedures affect your skin.
This article provides guidance on rosacea facials so you can decide if they are right for you.
What is rosacea?
Rosacea is a skin disease that causes the skin to become flushed or red. A small lump with pus may appear inside. It can be similar to acne or other skin problems.
Symptoms vary depending on skin color. Blushing or flushing is more noticeable on fair skin, but more difficult to detect on dark or black skin. This can make it more difficult for people with dark skin to receive an accurate diagnosis.
Although no visible redness is observed, you may have rosacea if you notice the following characteristics on the surface of your skin:
Your doctor may recommend medications or other treatments to help control signs and symptoms. With some effort at home, you may be able to look and feel better.
What is a facial for rosacea?
Rosacea facials aim to reduce rosacea-related inflammation, redness, and sensitivity while promoting overall skin health. Common components of a rosacea facial treatment include:
1.Circadia customized enzyme therapy
Circadia Customized Enzyme Treatment rejuvenates and restores sensitive skin. This amazing smooth exfoliating treatment for inflammatory acne removes cell layers and reduces dead skin buildup.
This face treatment reduces pain and discomfort during tooth extraction while improving oxygenation and cell regeneration for sensitive or irritated skin.
2. Circadia Oxygen RX Therapy
Circadia Oxygen RX therapy is suitable for all skin types. This quick, easy, and comfortable treatment has antiseptic properties and is especially effective in treating acne.
Its whitening and vasoconstriction This property provides instant relief for irritated skin caused by acne and rosacea. After the treatment, the face becomes clear, radiant and smooth. Rosacea facials can be performed once a week or once every two weeks with an enzyme treatment.
3. Cooling Circadia Snow Algae Facial
This facial increases cellular defense, detoxification, and healing. Exotic snow algae extract, important vitamins, minerals and antioxidants create a cooling and soothing effect.
A high protein diet maintains the skin’s surface by accelerating the removal of toxins below the skin’s surface and delivering nutrients to the skin. Effective for rosacea/sensitive skin, swollen, sunburned skin, and post-peeling skin.
4. Lactobotanical peeling
A sophisticated application of lactic acid is lactobotanical peels. This peel uses L-lactic acid, which is the mildest and most effective lactic acid currently available on the market.
Lactic acid delicately releases the bonds that hold the top layer of dull, dead skin cells together. It can be removed gently without scrubbing. Instead, dead cells in the skin can be gently cleansed because they are no longer connected to living cells. This allows you to see healthy underlying skin.
This ingredient may already be present in therapeutic-strength cleansers, creams and serums, and skin care face masks. L-lactic acid is less frequently used, but is the mildest and most effective form of lactic acid.
5.Touch facial recovery
Experience the moisturizing benefits of Rebuild Touch Facial, perfect for combating the negative effects of tobacco use, environmental damage, and regular environmental exposure.
This facial neutralizes the effects of free radicals while providing long-lasting hydration and exquisite suppleness, leaving your skin glowing.
One thing that may be exempt is the HydraFacial. If someone has papulopustular rosacea, it can be a good alternative.
Rosacea sufferers will appreciate how well Hydrafacial achieves the right combination of intense exfoliation and gentle rejuvenation. You’ll find that the Hydrafacial has additional benefits in addition to smoother, more even coloration.
Skin flexibility and firmness help reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Other pigmentation problems caused by sun exposure are also reduced. Hydrafacial removes excess oil and dirt from clogged and enlarged pores, improving skin texture.
7. Facial skin treatment
Experience a facial created just for sensitive skin. Ideal for healing and restoring balance to skin changes caused by weather-related, environmental, or physical factors that can make the skin more sensitive and reactive.
The skin is instantly soothed and inflammation is reduced. The skin is well moisturized and properly protected. This rosacea-specific facial will significantly reduce diffuse and localized redness and hydrate your skin. This targeted treatment aims to relieve symptoms and improve the appearance of skin prone to rosacea.
Also read how to get healthy and beautiful skin.
Are facials effective for rosacea?
Facials for rosacea effectively manage and reduce symptoms of rosacea, such as redness and inflammation. However, its effectiveness varies from person to person, so choosing a qualified skin care professional who specializes in treating rosacea is essential to ensure the best results. Additionally, a consistent skin care routine and avoiding triggers that worsen rosacea are also important to effectively manage this skin condition.
What are other treatments for rosacea?
Treatment strategies for rosacea vary from person to person and aim to reduce or alleviate symptoms and delay the onset of worsening of symptoms. Possible treatments for rosacea include:
A variety of orally and topically applied medications are available to treat bumps, acne breakouts, and redness caused by rosacea. Medications can help manage symptoms and reduce the frequency of flare-ups.
To reduce skin irritation and remove visible blood vessels, your doctor may use laser technology.
If your symptoms are severe, your doctor may recommend surgery to repair the deformity of your nose caused by rhinophyma.
Also read: What causes rosacea?
It may seem like a super annoying problem like skin redness can be quickly solved with a chemical peel, dermaplaning, or facial.
Although the short-term effects of these treatments may be beneficial, over time they are likely to upset the complex balance of the skin’s microbiome, worsening redness.
To protect your skin from flare-ups of redness, incorporate mild, fragrance-free products into your rosacea skin care routine, as well as moisturizers that balance the microbiome for rosacea-prone skin.