A cure for rosacea? with comments from Dr Anjali Mahto
Posted by Cedars Dermatology, 25th November 2015
Express.co.uk approached Dr Anjali Mahto – who has a specialist interest in acne – from Cadogan Cosmetics about the condition.
She explained: “It’s no longer called acne rosacea – it’s just rosacea these days.
“We aren’t entirely certain what causes it but it is a long term skin condition, more common in women, and usually develops after the age of 30 years.”
Dr Mahto added: “It can be made worse by sun exposure, stress, exercise , weather extremes, hot drinks, alcohol, caffeine and spicy foods.
“Patients usually have skin sensitivity, redness, spots, redness, and flushing to varying degrees.”
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