What is Rosacea or Pigmentation?
Rosacea is a common but poorly understood long-term skin condition. Rosacea will usually appear on the face, more than likely causing inflammation of the cheeks, nose, chin, forehead and eyelids.
It may cause redness, increased prominence of blood vessels, swelling and even skin eruptions similar to acne. Early diagnosis of rosacea can significantly increase the effect of any treatments, and prevent the condition from deteriorating.
Problems with skin pigmentation can occur in all of us. These can include discoloured marks or brown spots, as well as pigmented patches of skin. These patches will not be raised, rather the pigmentation happens beneath the skin itself.
There are a number of possible causes of skin pigmentation, the more common can result in overexposure to the sun, or a result of inflammation.
At A New You, we have a team of dedicated professionals who are highly trained to provide advice and devise a bespoke medical skin programme to treat pigmentation, rosacea and other skin problems.
Some Of Our Most Popular Treatments For Rosacea Or Pigmentation
Obagi-C RX® is a prescription-strength medical skin programme, specifically designed to address the signs of skin damage and other pigmentation problems.*
A complete skin care regimen specifically formulated for normal to dry skin with 4% hydroquinone to reduce hyperpigmentation and other essential ingredients to help address the signs of rosacea and pigmentation.
Obagi Rosaclear® remains the first and only complete therapeutic system developed specifically for treating the signs and symptoms of rosacea. The all-in-one treatment is designed to effectively reduce redness and flushing, along with treating papules and pustules (acne-like pimples), to help rosacea patients achieve a clearer, calmer and more balanced-looking complexion.*
Cosmetic peels are designed to remove dead skin cells,* resulting in a renewed and a healthy-looking complexion. Combined with ingredients to reduce inflammation, this can be an effective treatment for reducing the appearance of rosacea.*
This is all achieved without surgery, and the subsequent side effects associated with surgery. It is painless although for a few days you may see skin peeling and a mild swelling on the area that has been treated.