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Skin Care Skin Pigmentation

Understanding the Differences Between Moles and Freckles

Understanding the differences between moles and freckles can help in distinguishing between these two types of skin blemishes. In our BLOG this week, we will explore some of the most notable characteristics of moles and freckles.

Differentiating Between Moles and Freckles by Appearance

Various characteristics can help differentiate moles and freckles based on their appearance. Here are some key distinctions:

Moles:

  • Shape and Texture – Moles typically have an oval or round form. Their texture can be smooth or slightly bumpy, and they can be raised or flat.
  • Colour – Moles can range in colour from pink to black or dark brown, typically maintaining a consistent color throughout.
  • Size – Moles can vary in size from a few millimeters to several centimeters. It’s important to monitor any significant changes in size over time.
  • Borders – Moles usually have well-defined borders that are distinguishable from the surrounding skin, even if slightly uneven.
  • Hair Growth – Some moles, especially those that are raised, may develop hair.

Freckles:

  • Shape and Texture – Freckles typically have a flat texture and are smaller than moles.
  • Colour – Freckles are usually light brown or tan. Their colour may vary and can appear lighter during the winter months.
  • Size – Freckles are generally smaller than moles, ranging in size from a few millimeters to about a centimeter.
  • Borders – Freckles often have indistinct borders that blend into the surrounding skin, making their edges less defined than those of moles.
  • Distribution – Freckles are more common on sun-exposed areas of the body, such as the face, arms, and shoulders.

It’s important to remember that self-examination is useful for tracking changes in moles and freckles. If you have any concerns or uncertainties about skin marks, you should seek professional advice from a dermatologist. Regular skin check-ups and sun protection are essential for maintaining skin health.

Genetic and Environmental Factors Influencing Skin Marks

Both genetic and environmental factors influence the formation and nature of skin marks such as moles and freckles. Here’s a summary of how these factors contribute:

Genetic Factors:

  • Moles – The tendency to develop moles can be inherited. People with multiple moles in their family are more likely to have multiple moles themselves. Some moles are linked to specific genetic mutations. Congenital moles, or birthmarks, can be caused by genetic factors.
  • Freckles – Genetics also play a role in the likelihood of developing freckles. People with fair skin, light hair, and a family history of freckling are more prone to freckles. Variations in the MC1R gene are associated with red hair, fair skin, and a higher susceptibility to freckling.

Environmental Factors:

  • Moles – The sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation and other environmental factors significantly impact the development of moles. Sunburns, especially in childhood, can increase the number of moles. People who live in sun-exposed areas are more likely to develop moles.
  • Freckles – Sun exposure is closely related to the development of freckles. UV radiation stimulates melanin production, leading to freckle formation, which may darken in the sun. People in regions with higher sunlight levels are more likely to develop freckles.

The interaction between genetic predisposition and environmental factors, particularly sun exposure, has a substantial impact on the development of moles and freckles. While some factors are beyond one’s control, sun protection and regular skin monitoring are crucial for maintaining skin health and reducing the risk of skin-related issues.

Monitoring Changes in Moles and Freckles

Monitoring changes in moles and freckles is essential for maintaining skin health and detecting potential problems early. Regular self-examinations, along with professional checks by a dermatologist, can help ensure that any changes are promptly addressed. Here’s how to keep track of changes in moles and freckles:

  • Establish a Routine: Perform self-examinations regularly, ideally once a month. Make it a habit by doing it on the same day each month.
  • Use a Mirror: Use a full-length mirror and a hand-held mirror to examine areas that are hard to see, such as the back, scalp, and buttocks.

ABCDE Rule for Moles:

  • Asymmetry – Check if one half of the mole is different from the other.
  • Border – Look for irregular, blurred, or jagged edges.
  • Colour – Watch for changes in color or multiple colours within the mole.
  • Diameter – Keep an eye on any increase in mole size, especially if it exceeds 6 millimeters.
  • Evolution – Note any changes over time, such as itching, tenderness, or shape changes.

EFG Rule for Freckles:

  • Expansion – See if the freckle is growing in size.
  • Fading – Observe if the freckle fades with less sun exposure.
  • Generation – Look out for new freckles, especially in sun-exposed areas.

Make Use of a Skin Map: Create a map of your moles and freckles to better track their locations and changes.

As ever, please get in touch or book in with one of our Experts here, if you want to have a quick chat, please do give us a call on 01932 731762

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Skin Care

THE IMPORTANCE OF REGULAR FACIALS

When it comes to skin health, regular facials are a must to support skin’s natural renewal process and reveal a healthy looking, fresh appearance.

The skin cycle

Did you know that your skin is constantly renewing itself?

Every month dead skin cells travel from the innermost layer of the epidermis to the surface of the skin in a process called keratinisation.

These dead skin cells or corneocytes, still have a vital function in forming the skin barrier, which protects skin from aggressors such as pollution, germs and other irritants. As the cycle continues, they are naturally exfoliated by the skin over time. This prevents the build-up of too many dead cells (which would clog up the skin’s surface) and in turn stimulates new cells to grow.

What happens to our skin when we get older?

As we grow older, this skin renewal process slows down. Rather than a month, keratinisation can take up to 45 days or more, depending on the individual biological activity.

This means that dead skin cells build up on the surface of the skin, resulting in changes to the skin quality including roughness, enlarged pores, congestion, irritation, and a dull, greyish looking appearance.

What’s an advanced facial?

To help and support a healthy skin renewal process, we strongly advise regular ‘advanced’ facials with your experienced skincare professional, every 4-6 weeks. More than a simple “pampering” facial with relaxing massage techniques, advanced treatments include Hydrafacial, laser or chemical peels, along with products containing biologically active ingredients to support the health of your skin cells and address your individual skin concerns.

Please get in touch or book in with one of our Experts here, if you want to have a quick chat, please do give us a call on 01932 731762

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Hydrafacial Uncategorised

Say I Do To The Best Skin Of Your Life

So here it is, Wedding Season is upon us, a love-filled tornado of fancy outfits & enough cake to start a bakery, a global buffet of love, witnessing two people promise forever in a whirlwind of romance, fun & laughter. We all want to look and feel our absolute best to enjoy the celebrations together, nobody more so than the bride herself.


Wanting to look & feel your best on your wedding day is a given, it’s a (hopefully!) once in a lifetime moment where you takes centre stage in celebrating love and commitment.

Feeling confident, happy & radiating with happiness just adds an extra sparkle to the entire celebration, making it even more magical for everyone involved.

Along comes HYDRAFACIAL and here is why it is something you should not overlook.

Radiant Skin: – HydraFacial deeply cleanses, exfoliates, and hydrates the skin, leaving it with a radiant glow. Brides all want to look their best on their special day, and glowing, healthy skin enhances their overall appearance in wedding photos and in person.

Customisable Treatment – HydraFacial treatments can be customised based on the bride’s specific skin concerns, whether it’s acne, fine lines, hyperpigmentation, or dullness. This tailored approach ensures that the bride receives targeted skincare benefits leading up to her wedding day.

Immediate Results – Unlike some other skincare treatments that require downtime, HydraFacial delivers noticeable results immediately after the session. Brides can enjoy smoother, more hydrated skin right away, without worrying about redness or irritation.

Stress Relief – Wedding planning can be stressful, and self-care is essential for brides to relax and unwind. A HydraFacial session provides a pampering experience that allows brides to de-stress and indulge in some well-deserved “me time” before the big day.

Long Term Benefits – Regular HydraFacial treatments can improve the overall health and appearance of the skin over time. By starting a HydraFacial regimen before the wedding, brides can achieve long-term skincare goals and maintain a glowing complexion beyond the wedding day.

HydraFacial for brides offers a comprehensive skincare solution that addresses immediate concerns while promoting long-term skin health, making it an excellent choice to enhance bridal beauty.

Get in touch with us here at Surrey Laser Clinic, we would love to help you in the preparations for your big day – Call our team on 01932 731762.

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Laser Hair Removal Skin Care

Hormonal Imbalance & How it Can be a Facial Hair Problem

Hormonal imbalance can indeed lead to the development of facial hair problems, particularly in women.

Increased Androgen Levels – these are male hormones present in both men and women, but women typically have lower levels. When there’s an imbalance, such as an increase in androgen levels, it can lead to excessive hair growth in areas where men typically grow hair, including the face.


Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is another factor, a common hormonal disorder among women of reproductive age, characterised by imbalanced sex hormones, including elevated androgens, with one of the symptoms of PCOS being hirsutism, which often manifests as excess facial hair growth.


Menopause – menopausal women experience a decline in estrogen levels. This hormonal shift can sometimes lead to an increase in androgens relative to estrogen, resulting in facial hair growth.


Medications certain medications, such as anabolic steroids or certain corticosteroids, can cause hormonal imbalances that result in facial hair growth.


Thyroid Disorders – hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism can affect hormone levels, potentially leading to hirsutism as a symptom.


Facial hair growth due to hormonal imbalance can vary in severity, ranging from fine, light-colored hairs to coarse, dark hairs.

Treatment options often focus on addressing the underlying hormonal imbalance, which may involve medication, lifestyle changes, or in some cases, cosmetic treatments like Laser Hair Removal

Consulting with a healthcare professional is crucial for proper diagnosis and management and we can help you with this – book in with one of our specialists for a consultation and we can go from there.

There are also some things that you could do help with any hormonal imbalance and facial hair, and that is to increase certain foods within your diet, they may help by increasing the estrogen (hormone) levels in the body and reduce unwanted facial hair naturally. Soya is a good one, this helps in balancing hormones, along with –

Foods such as

Sunflower Seeds

Sesame Seeds

Flax Seeds

Garlic

Peaches

Oats

Dried fruits

Barley

Mung beans

Lentils

Rice bran

With Laser Hair Removal at Surrey Laser Clinic we can treat body hair from when our client has had thier first period, please get in touch with our team at the clinic and we can advise you further. You can get in touch with us on 01932 731762

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Skin Care Skin Care For Men

The Benefits of Combining Antioxidants and SPF

Why do we need to protet our skin? – What are we protecting it from?

Well, there are THREE key reasons

Firstly, for our health. Skin cancer is on the increase and there are different types of skin cancers. There are those that occur mainly on exposed areas such as the neck and chest, to the very serious types of cancers that can spread throughout the body and cause very high mortality rates.

Secondly, it is to protect the skin from environmental factors which create a lot of different skin issues – not just ageing signs such as wrinkles but free radical damage which can cause inflammation and lead to breakouts, hyperpigmentation, darkening in the skin and an uneven skin tone.

Thirdly, your confidence. Breakouts, uneven skin tone, sagging skin, pigmentation, and premature ageing can all impact our confidence which makes protecting our skin important.

We are genetically programmed to age. This is deeply influenced by our genes which impact how our hormones will behave and regulate. The second part is just the way we naturally age. This part, is extremely important as it’s the part you have control over through your lifestyle and environment.

Sugar intake has a direct impact on our skin ageing process, as well as stress, and of course, UV and radiation. Studies have shown that 90% of premature ageing is secondary to environmental damage. Of that 90%, 75% is due to incidental damage from just walking around and being exposed to our environment – even on cloudy days.

Some people think that we don’t need to protect our skin if we don’t need live in a warm climate, but that isn’t true”.  

When it comes to the outside world, there is a significant reduction in collagen when we are exposed to various environmental factors. We need to protect the skin from this kind of damage as well as cellular damage.

How can antioxidants help to protect the skin? 

In order to be active and biologically active, antioxidants need to be stable enough to penetrate the upper levels of the skin and get into the cells that need protecting. When looking to add an antioxidant such as vitamin C  to your skin routine, you should look for certain formulas, our range of Alumier could help, ask for a skin consult with us here). Antioxidants such as this will help to protect the skin from environmental damage. 

An antioxidant serum and protective broad-spectrum sunscreen are two of the most powerful products in any skincare routine – no matter your skin type. But, when used together, their effectiveness increases and provides the skin with double the defence against environmental aggressors.

Please get in touch or book in with one of our Experts here, if you want to have a quick chat, please do give us a call on 01932 731762



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Skin Care Skin Care For Men

How To Make SPF Work For You

We’ve all heard that daily SPF is a skin essential, but often in our cloudy climate it’s easy to think we’re safe, there’s not much sun, let’s just skip it.

But wait, what’s that? Oh, it’s the sound of every skin professional in the land roaring PUT ON THE SPF!

Why is that? Turns out, UVA rays speed up the ageing process and these rays are always present, no matter the weather and can even reach us through windows. UVA damages skin cells in almost all the layers of our skin which leads to visible signs of ageing such as wrinkles, fine lines and uneven pigmentation. UVB rays are the ones that cause sunburn and suntan and damage the top layers of skin. Only sunscreen labelled broad spectrum will protect your skin from both UVA and UVB rays. As well as helping to protect against skin cancer, broad spectrum sunscreen helps prevent premature skin ageing every.single.day.

So, with all that in mind, we’ve put together a fuss-free guide on how to turn SPF application from a chore into a lovely pampering part of your skincare routine.

Find your formula
First up, find a formula you love applying and that loves your skin right back. Some of us will remember the sticky 1980s sun oils that smelled like cocktails and caused almost instant breakouts. Fortunately, that’s all in the past! The latest formulations are lightweight, smooth, and contain ingredients that work to improve the look and feel of skin too.

At Surrey Laser Clinic we have Alumier, thier physical sunscreens include a combination of micronised zinc oxide and titanium dioxide to protect the skin from damaging rays and come in six different varieties so you can find your perfect daily blend.

The varying textures are a joy to apply, and all are packed with antioxidants to help diminish signs of damage. For a more tailored approach, we always recommend chatting with a skin expert for advice that takes into account your skin’s needs, your goals and lifestyle.

Join the SPF Everyday club

Next, join the SPF everyday club, by making your sunscreen a non-negotiable part of your morning routine; as second-nature as cleaning your teeth or making that first cup of coffee (shout out to the caffeine fans out there!).

Apparently, it takes about 21 days to form a new habit, so try setting an SPF alarm for the first month of usage, and it will soon become automatic, especially if you ensure you have a sensorial product that you love applying.

There’s a lot of sunscreen options out there these days, physical, tinted, clear, matte, moisturising and many more. It’s also worth making sure your SPF is in a visible position –next to your toothpaste, or right beside your makeup, definitely not hidden away at the back of a cupboard.

Get your application down to a fine art

Thirdly, if you’re going to use it, use it well and ensure you’re applying enough. The current guidelines suggest half a teaspoon for face and neck. It does seem a lot but try layering rather than rubbing it all into the skin in one go. Vigorous rubbing can also contribute to a breakdown of some ingredients, so definitely one to avoid.

The recommended application is to smooth your chosen sunscreen all over the face and neck, wait a couple of mins and apply a second layer the same way. For the best advice on application, contact our skin professionals for a one-to-one, not only will they cover what your skin needs, but they will also show you exactly how to apply all your skincare for the best results.

Top up for skin success

Finally, keep your SPF handy for top ups. Reapplying sunscreen every two hours is the ultimate self-care for skin and will ensure you’re well protected from those damaging UVA and UVB rays all day long. Keep a tube in your beach bag and (skin insider hack) set an alarm on your phone so you never miss a top up.

Please get in touch or book in with one of our Experts here, if you want to have a quick chat, please do give us a call on 01932 731762

Thank you so much to our friends at Alumier for this Blog.

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Hydrafacial Skin Care Uncategorised

Top 3 Reasons Your Skin needs a Pre-Holiday Hydrafacial


Holidays are Go-Go!

Amidst the anticipation of holiday prep like shopping for your sun cream, getting a few little outfits & stocking up on beach reads, not to forget scouting the best spots for drinks and dining, don’t forget to give your skin some TLC before you even set foot on that plane.

With the upcoming challenges of air travel, hot climates, and late-night revelries, your skin deserves some pampering too.

By taking some proactive steps before your departure, you can ensure your skin remains fresh and radiant throughout your holidays.

The Game Plan is Simple – Treat yourself to a HydraFacial

Here’s why it’s a non-negotiable part of your pre-holiday routine:

1. Instant skin rejuvenation for picture-perfect moments

Experience instant skin rejuvenation with our HydraFacial

A comprehensive facial treatment that deeply cleanses, exfoliates, extracts impurities, and hydrates your skin. Bid farewell to dullness and welcome a radiant complexion, ensuring you’re selfie-ready for every holiday snapshot.

2. Intense hydration for the summer heat

Sun exposure and warm weather can leave your skin parched. The HydraFacial replenishes moisture with specialised serums, keeping your skin plump, supple, and resilient even in the hottest climates.

3. Tailored solutions for your skin concerns

Whether you battle acne, uneven tone, fine lines, or dullness, the HydraFacial can be customised to address your specific needs. From gentle exfoliation to advanced treatments like LED therapy, it’s all about boosting your confidence and letting you fully enjoy your vacation.

We currently have an offer on our Hydrafacial, if you want to have a quick chat and get booked in, please do give us a call on 01932 731762

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Skin Care

How Hormones Can Impact Your Skin Health

Balanced Hormones

How do hormones affect skin, thank you to our friends at Alumier for this information…..

Sebum production (or oil production) is a key element in how our skin looks and feels and is controlled by hormones.

At the most basic level, if we produce too much testosterone, it’s likely to lead to blemishes. High doses of oestrogen can suppress oil production, then we experience dryness and wrinkles start to appear.

Our sebaceous glands have receptors on them; if there’s more testosterone whooshing through the body in our blood, then these receptors notice and start to produce more oil. Conversely, very high doses of oestrogen will suppress oil production – also a problem.

Oestrogen is key in the production of collagen too – which helps to keep skin smooth, resilient and plump. Ideally, these two hormones, alongside a multitude of others, including progesterone, need to be in balance for our skin to stay balanced, healthy, smooth, and blemish-free. Let’s take a deeper dive….

Breakouts

Higher levels of testosterone and progesterone can disrupt sebum levels in the skin. The excess sebum combines with dead skin cells and dirt and becomes trapped in pores leading to blemishes. Typically, Progesterone peaks during the luteal phase, which occurs during the second half of the menstrual cycle after ovulation – The first few days of a cycle are part of the follicular phase when progesterone levels are low. Reach for salicylic acid which can deep cleanse pores to help prevent breakouts.

Retinol can boost our skin’s natural exfoliation leading to a shorter lifespan of a blemish too, hurray! Our team can guide you through this process, so you have exactly the right skincare for your needs.

Testosterone fluctuations happen during puberty, pregnancy and thanks to some medications; not to mention as a manifestation of stress, so it’s worth speaking to your healthcare provider for advice and support, too.

Discoloration

Huge life changes come in many guises, but let’s face it, both pregnancy and the menopause are up there. Along with redefining who we are, and navigating the mood swings caused by hormones and myriad physical changes, there goes our skin, seemingly randomly developing patches of discolouration.

There are varying types of discoloration, but it particularly shows up on the upper lip, cheeks and neck. It can be down to sun damage and Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation but, if hormonally related, it usually is down to oestrogen fluctuations.

Dry Skin

Disruption to all hormones, and particularly oestrogen, during the perimenopause and menopause, can affect sebum levels in the skin and lead to dryness.

Oestrogen helps to support collagen production, meaning as it naturally starts to wane, the ageing process is accelerated with more wrinkles, fine lines, and loss of skin elasticity (joy!).

Surprising Things to Consider

Synthetic hormones like the Pill or HRT

If you’re experiencing skin issues and taking hormones, there’s a chance there could be a connection & you need to seek help to decipher what is best for you, so make an appointment. We also recommend keeping a diary that details changes in your skin and when they occur in your cycle.

Stress and cortisol

Cortisol is another hormone that increases oil production in the skin. We release more cortisol if we’re stressed and that can lead – in the same way as testosterone – to more blemishes.

Cortisol is a catabolic hormone which means it breaks down tissues. If we have too much, it suppresses collagen production AND starts breaking down our existing collagen as well as causing breakouts (it’s enough to stress us out).

Dealing with stress is key to helping skin, but also to a happier life, so find a way that helps you to let it out, whether that is yoga and breathwork, talking with friends, therapy, or boxing –  whatever floats your boat.

Nutrition

A balanced diet that includes a variety of fruit and vegetables …. eat the rainbow – is important for overall health.

Excess sugar is linked to a variety of hormonal imbalances, alongside processed foods, caffeine, and alcohol. We also recommend making sure you are staying hydrated throughout the day.


When it comes to hormones it can be hard to decipher what’s going on, but if you suspect any issues, come in and see us for a consultation.

Please get in touch or book in with one of our Experts here, if you want to have a quick chat, please do give us a call on 01932 731762

   

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Laser Hair Removal Skin Care

Let’s Talk Stretchmarks…

What are they and what exactly can we do about them?

They’re often a result of the skin stretching rapidly, which can happen during puberty, pregnancy, rapid weight gain or loss, or even certain medical conditions.

While they’re incredibly common and natural, many people feel self-conscious about them. There are various treatments and products marketed to reduce the appearance of stretch marks, though their effectiveness can vary widely. Some people embrace their stretch marks as a part of their body’s story, while others may seek ways to minimise their visibility for personal reasons.

What sets these cheeky little lines apart, is their appearance, often standing out due to differences in colour and texture compared to the surrounding skin. They can range from pink to white, sometimes accompanied by thinner skin in the affected area.

Thankfully, advances in cosmetic laser treatments offer effective solutions to address both the colour & texture of stretch marks. We can tailor laser treatment plans to target specific concerns, whether it’s reducing the pink hue or improving skin texture. Common treatment areas include the upper arms, chest, abdomen, love handles, and thighs.

By promoting collagen remodeling and skin regrowth, these lasers can gradually blend stretch marks into the surrounding skin after 4 to 6 treatments.

While complete elimination of stretch marks may be challenging, these advanced laser procedures offer some really substantial improvements, restoring confidence and comfort in one’s skin.

Please get in touch or book in for a Skin Consultation with one of our Experts here, if you want to have a quick chat, please do give us a call on 01932 731762

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Skin Care

Redness Relief

In Support of Rosacea Awareness Month

Sensitivity. Flushing. Redness. Heat… Does any of this sound familiar?

Most of us experience blushing at some point, maybe because we’re embarrassed, nervous or best of all, in love!

However, persistent facial rouge can have nothing to do with how we’re feeling and everything to do with the condition of skin – and, become a real pain to live with both figuratively and literally.

We would like to share this Blog from our friends over at AlumierMD with you. Read on to discover everything you need to know about rosacea as the skincare community unites throughout April to raise awareness and positivity around this complex condition.
 

What is Rosacea?

In short, rosacea is an inflammatory skin condition very closely associated with sensitivity, redness and broken veins and capillaries. If left uninterrupted, pimples can show up too. The earliest signs of pre-rosacea include sensitivity and occasional flushing. A compromised barrier means the skin is reactive to external environments (wind, heat, cold) and flushes easily. This flushing can also occur after known triggers like spicy food or alcohol that amplify blood circulation, this process is called vasodilation, FYI. 

This consistent flushing puts pressure on the capillaries that deliver reddening blood to the skin. Like party balloons that have been filled up one too many times, they can eventually “pop” and become a permeant fixture. The skin still needs blood supply, so the body makes replacement capillaries – if they burst too, the cycle continues. This can lead to permeant redness and flushing with stubborn red wiggles across the cheeks, nose and chin, introduce inflammation and hello rosacea.

This complex condition is also closely associated with the delicate balance of the trillions of micro passengers in our body known as the microbiome. Scientists are still scratching their heads about whether a disrupted microbiome is a cause or effect of rosacea, but the link is undeniable.

If you’re recognising your skin in these words, you’re not alone. Rosacea impacts 5% of the world’s population. It’s more prevalent among women than men and while it’s more often recognised in people with lighter skin and therefore common in Celtic regions, this might simply be because it’s more difficult to see redness in darker skin tones.
 

Things, can only get better….right?

Unlike acne which might flourish and wane (luckily for us, painful pubescent breakouts balance out along with teenage mood swings and desire to slam doors, and even the most volcanic menstrual explosion rarely last all month) rosacea is known as a progressive skin condition, which means with no intervention, it won’t self-soothe.
 

Taking Action

We believe in skin-positivity around here and celebrate those who feel powerful while living with rosacea. For those whom rosacea is having a negative impact (it can be physically uncomfortable, impacting confidence and aesthetic esteem) there are proactive steps you can take today –

Keeping a skin diary and getting familiar with your flushes is the quickest way to identify and avoid your triggers. These might include alcohol, spicy foods, hot drinks, and of course, stress.

Hot showers and washing skin with water that’s too hot will dry out all skin types including those with sensitive skin and rosacea, so always go for warm instead. The wrong skincare will also impact those with rosacea and all types, so it’s important to consult a professional.

Your medical professional may suggest prescription treatment and skincare to create a holistic plan. Regardless of the route you and your pro settle on, you will need a balanced cleanser, broad-spectrum sunscreen and perhaps a hydrating serum to protect the skin.

Millions of people globally live happily and confidently with rosacea, others seek intervention and support. No matter where you are on that spectrum, AlumierMD’s qualified skincare experts are on hand to help you unlock your skin’s potential and feel truly powerful in your skin.

AlumierMD supports skin positivity and Rosacea Awareness Month.

Please get in touch or book in for a Skin Consultation with one of our Experts here, if you want to have a quick chat, please do give us a call on 01932 731762