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Redness and Rosacea

When the skin barrier function is impaired, the skin becomes red, blotchy, sensitive and weak.

Red and blotchy skin is a reality for many with rosacea and sensitive skin.

What are the causes?

Everyone gets red in the face once in a while, or has periods of blotchy skin, but if your skin constantly has a flushed and red, ruddy complexion it is most likely caused by an underlying condition. Facial redness when left untreated may result in stubborn discoloration, thickening of the skin, dryness, and itchiness and sensitivity to skincare products.

Rosacea is a condition that causes redness, erythema and sensitive skin. It may also cause visible or broken blood vessels in the face. The exact cause and reason for rosacea and blotchy skin is unknown, however it is often a mix of extrinsic (external) and intrinsic (internal) factors.

In the early stages it can often come and go, appearing as a tendency to blush easily, but overtime this redness can become more persistent and cause more significant damage to the skin. Rosacea most commonly occurs on the cheeks, nose, chin, and forehead.

The photo shows the before (pictured left) and after (pictured right) of Vbeam for redness and inflammation.

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