Rosacea is a chronic condition and can affect all ages and both sexes, with lots also suffering pre-rosacea, flushing, blushing, thread veins and in some cases pimples. During the early stages the flushing can come and go but through further exposure to triggers, facial redness becomes more intense appearing often to look like mild sunburn or windburn. Tiny broken blood vessels and red bumps may also become visible in the reddened area and in more severe cases permanent redness, swelling, and burning sensations can occur.
The causes are unknown but a genetic predisposition (sensitive skin type) to reddening triggers is often at the route of development. Exposure to Ultra-Violet Light (UV), on sun sensitive skin types, is probably the number one cause of the condition while there are others triggers can be physical (exercise), chemical, environmental (wind and sun), metabolic (hormones) and diet (spicy foods, alcohol). We have a range of products and protocols designed to treat, control and build tolerance to these mentioned triggers.
TEBISKIN® Sooth-Clean – is a delicate cleanser with anti-inflammatory properties specifically designed to cleanse skin post treatment. TEBISKIN® Sooth Clean is particularly appropriate for patients with angry or sore sensitive skin. Uses non detergent based cleansing agents.
TEBISKIN® Sooth – effective anti-inflammatory activity through modulation of cytokines, angiokines and the proteolytic reaction cascades. Photo-protective effect to protect and enhance survival of keratinocytes and fibroblasts from UVB and UVA exposure.
TEBISKIN® UV-Sooth – is a sun protective product that simultaneously exerts a useful anti-inflammatory effect (MSM). Utilises the latest generation of chemical filter technology. SPF 50 UVa and UVb
The above TEBISKIN® products can also be used in conjunction with our ENERPEEL® Mandelic acid to treat and control rosacea, thread veins and be used as great summer or refreshing peel for skin rejuvenation. All protocols have been properly researched and evaluated by leading dermatological research centres across Europe.