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Rosacea Treatment in Delhi NCR | Skinfinity Derma



Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that affects the face, causing redness, flushing, telengiectasia, small bumps or pustules on face. It mainly involves the centre of the face, but can also affect forehead, and eyes. It is more common in fair-skinned individuals and typically occurs after the age of 30. The exact cause of rosacea is unknown, but it is believed to be related to genetics, environmental factors, and the immune system.

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Symptoms of Rosacea

The symptoms of rosacea can vary from person to person, but the most common symptoms include:

  • Persistent redness on the cheeks, nose, chin, or forehead
  • Flushing or blushing easily
  • Small, red bumps or pustules on the skin
  • Unable to tolerate sun
  • Burning or stinging sensations
  • Visible blood vessels on the face
  • Thickened or rough skin on the nose
  • Irritation/ watering/ discharge from eyes

Causes/ Triggers

  • Sun-exposure
  • Eating spicy food
  • Hormonal fluctuations
  • Extreme mood changes, like anger
  • Alcohol intake

Home Care

  • Use broad-spectrum sunscreen, with spf 50 daily, even if indoors, and reapply after every 3-4 hours
  • Avoid eating spicy food.
  • Avoid alcohol intake.
  • Avoid harsh lights/ heavy makeups
  • Use light, but hydrating moisturiser.
  • Do not self-medicate, or use steroids unsupervised.


At Skinfinity Derma, we offer a wide range of treatment options to help you manage your rosacea symptoms effectively. Our team of dermatologists will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan based on the severity and location of your rosacea..

Some of the most common treatments we offer for rosacea include:

  • Topical medications: These are creams, gels, and lotions that are applied directly to the skin to reduce redness and inflammation. These range from creams that work on redness to actives, like azelaic acid.
  • Oral medications: TThese are prescription medications that are taken orally to reduce inflammation and improve blood flow to the skin. Based on the severity of your conditon, it range from oral antibiotics, to isotretinoin.
  • Laser therapy: This treatment involves using lasers to target and destroy the blood vessels that are responsible for the redness associated with rosacea.
  • IPL therapy:This treatment uses intense pulsed light to reduce redness and inflammation in the skin.
Frequently Asked Questions

The duration of rosacea treatment can vary depending on the severity of your symptoms and the type of treatment you receive. Some patients may see improvement in their symptoms within a few weeks of starting treatment, while others may require several months of treatment before seeing results.

Most rosacea treatments are not painful, but some patients may experience a mild burning or stinging sensation during and after treatment. Our team of dermatologists will work with you to ensure that you are comfortable throughout your treatment.

While there is no cure for rosacea, treatment can help you manage your symptoms effectively and improve the appearance and health of your skin.

Yes, you can wear makeup after rosacea treatment, but it is important to choose products that are gentle and non-irritating to the skin. Our dermatologists can recommend makeup products that are safe to use after treatment.

Most rosacea treatments are safe and well-tolerated, but some patients may experience mild side effects such as redness, swelling, and dryness of the skin. Our team of dermatologists will monitor your progress closely and adjust your treatment plan as needed to minimise any side effects.

While there is no surefire way to prevent rosacea, there are several steps you can take to reduce your risk of flare-ups. These include avoiding triggers such as sun exposure, alcohol, spicy foods, and hot beverages, and using gentle skincare products that are non-irritating to the skin.

No, rosacea is not contagious and cannot be spread from person to person.

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