Rosacea and acne are the two most persistent skin conditions. We can help you keep symptoms at bay with our oxygen and peel treatments. Contact us today!

Acne
Acne is a common condition characterised by blackheads, whiteheads and cysts. It affects the greasy and hair-bearing areas such as the face, chest and back. Acne is caused by a combination of overactive grease-glands, hormones and bacterial infection. As with most skin conditions, acne can affect one’s self-confidence and cause low self-esteem. It can leave scarring.

Rosacea
Rosacea is an inflammatory skin problem that most commonly affects the cheeks and chin but can affect the nose, forehead and eyes. It affects women more commonly than men and tends to occur between the ages of 30 to 50. It tends to affect Caucasian people most but can be found in individuals of darker skin. It often starts with easy flushing over the cheeks and chin but can progress to produce permanent redness of the face, can involve papules (small spot-like lesions) and broken veins (commonly known as thread veins).

The Treatment

Oxygenising Oxygen Treatments are scientifically proven to be highly effective in improving the appearance of Acne and Rosacea. It reduces redness and soothes inflamed skin.

Oxygen is essential to life and to keep the skin looking young and healthy. Topical oxygen is effective in improving the appearance of acne whereas oxygen for Rosacea has been effective in controlling bacteria associated with demodex follicularum, the common skin mite often prominent in individuals suffering from Rosacea.

This treatment is helpful in controlling the susceptibility to infection and further redness.

For those who need that extra help, we offer additional treatments, such as skin peels, that will help to maximise the effects of our Oxygenising Oxygen treatment.

Results:

We recommend using Circadia Rose – Ease Relief Cream. This cream has soothing botanicals and other ingredients that can help reduce irritation. It strengthens barrier function and help control demodex mite population £55

Treatment Costs
Free consultation included

£85

Frequently Asked Questions

What causes Rosacea?
The exact cause is not known. A number of factors may be involved. However, none of these factors have definitely been proven to be the cause:

  • Blood vessels under skin become abnormal or leaky
  • A tiny mite called demodex folliculorum may be involved. It lives harmlessly on the skin of many people but has been found in higher numbers in those with Rosacea
  • Abnormal immune reaction, leading to inflammation
  • Genetics may also be involved as Rosacea may run in some families
  • Sun damage