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Rosacea is a skin condition that is most often seen in the central part of the face. The first sign is a strong and long-lasting redness that can last from a few hours to several days. This disease most often affects representatives of light phototypes, especially women after the age of 30.

The development of rosacea can be influenced by both genetic factors, which unfortunately cannot be changed, as well as various external factors, including stress, coffee, tea, spicy foods, alcohol, smoking, weather, excitement, immune system health, UV rays and capillary fragility.

If a pink skin color predominates, it can be explained by damage to the arterial system, while a bluish color can be explained by damage to the venous system. To reduce the symptoms of the disease, it is important to avoid direct sunlight, saunas, cold wind, and choose suitable home care products that will help take care of the facial skin.

To treat rosacea, it is important to visit a specialist who will apply appropriate and gentle care measures to maintain and improve the health of the facial skin. There is also a specially adapted pH formula for both professional (procedures in the office) and home use, which will help improve the condition of the facial skin. During the fall/winter season, it is possible to visit a dermatologist for laser treatments, while injections can be done all year round, regardless of the season.

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