Easily mistaken for adult acne.

Rosacea is a chronic skin inflammation disorder and can be accompanied by small dilated blood vessels and bumps. It affects the nose, forehead and cheeks, and predominantly affects middle aged and fair-skinned people. It can be easily mistaken for acne and can be aggravated by stress, heat, smoking, hot spicy foods and alcohol.

Professional Treatments

These is no cure for Rosacea, but with professional treatments and the correct home skin care regime, redness & inflammation can be kept under control.
For best results, we recommend avoiding any potential triggers whilst undergoing treatment.
Your therapist will help you decide on the best option for you.

A course of 24. Three per week.

Calms inflammation, reduces redness, kills bacteria, hydrates the skin and repairs the skin barrier. No downtime.

A course of 3. One per month.

Intense bursts of light will alleviate the inflammation, redness, pimples and uneven skin tones caused by the condition.



Avoid any triggers. Continue use of daily skin care regime. On-going professional treatments will help keep the skin calm and prevent flare-ups.