London, UK -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/24/2014 -- Pulse Light Clinic is located in London, a short walk from several tube stations and the financial district. To treat rosacea the clinic uses a mixture of intense pulsed light (IPL) and dietary changes. On their rosacea diet page the clinic say, “Over the past eight years here at the Pulse Light Clinic we have seen that following a rosacea diet has produced mixed results. Most of our clients are City workers who are time pressured to say the least and have very little time to adhere to strict dietary demands.” Although it is termed incurable the clinic say on this page that their “unique individual approach” which has been perfected over 13 years has reduced symptoms and given the rosacea sufferer back control of their lives.
Rosacea is a chronic and relapsing condition which causes redness and occasionally pimples to the skin. It is thought to be hereditary and traditionally affects individuals from Northwest Europe. Rosacea affects both men and women, but it occurs more so in middle aged women but it can occur at any age from the teenage years and up.
Rosacea normally occurs as redness on the face – normally across the nose, cheeks and forehead but it can occur on other parts of the body and it is common around the neck and chest areas too. There are four types of rosacea – some individuals may have more than one type.
There are numerous factors that can trigger the symptoms. These triggers include environmental and behavioural. Sufferers of rosacea find that they blush more easily and they can suffer from persistent redness, the redness is due to dilation of blood vessels in the areas affected.
Anyone who suspects that they have rosacea should try to get a proper diagnosis and treatment. If left untreated it can develop and cause rhinophyma, this is where the skin becomes very thick. Telangieotasia can often occur on the chin, cheeks and nose, this is when small blood vessels that are located beneath the skin become visible.
Effective Rosacea treatment is not just about administering IPL. Understanding the triggers and how Rosacea effects the sufferer personally, plays an important role in effective symptom relief.
Pulse light clinic has been treating rosacea for many years, the London based clinic employs very experienced staff whose aim is to make that initial step a bit smaller for sufferers.
About Pulse Light Clinic
Pulse Light Clinic is located at 150-152 Fenchurch Street, London. The clinic offers a completely free no obligation initial consultation and discounted first treatment sessions, more information about Pulse Light Clinic can be found here.