New prescription Mirvaso cream to treat Rosacea may help.
What is Rosacea?
Rosacea is a commonly found skin disease typically causing redness or eruption on the face. It is inclined to affect the cheeks, chin, nose, and forehead. While rosacea is a chronic condition, the severity tends to come and go based on the individual. While mostly affecting middle-aged (40-60 years old), light-skinned people, it is found predominantly in women though it tends to be more severe in men. Outbreaks of rosacea are characterized by a tendency to blush easily as well as redness, dilated blood vessels, small red bumps and pus-filled spots. It is not uncommon for suffers to experience facial itching, burning and stinging.
Rosacea is not contagious and no scientific studies have been done to determine if rosacea conditions are hereditary. However there have been some surveys by the National Rosacea Society that indicate the condition may be inherited.
What Causes Flair Ups?
The exact cause of rosacea is not yet know. Flair ups can occur suddenly and without any forewarning. However, many patients discover over time that their rosacea is triggered by unique factors to them. Flair ups may be triggered by environmental factors, immune response, stress, or lifestyle habits. While there is continuing research into these areas, none has yet to be proven.
Rosacea can affect people in several different ways: acne and tender inflamed bumps on the face or neck, irritation and sensitivity of the skin of the face and redness with easy flushing of the skin. People can suffer from a combination of any or all of these conditions.
While the acne lesions and bumps can be treated with topical creams and/ or oral medications as recommended by your dermatologist. The redness typically required laser treatment, until now…
New Mirvaso Cream May Help Ease Redness
If you use makeup or coverups to hide the redness on your face, you may want to consider using the new Mirvaso Cream. Mirvaso doesn’t just cover up your rosacea flare ups, it treats the underlying cause by reducing. Clinical studies showed reduce redness for up to 12 hours in patients using Mirvaso.
For our Hampton Roads Rosacea patients, Associates in Dermatology is excited to offer this new treatment. We currently have it available.
Learn more about Mirvaso on their website at http://www.mirvaso.com