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Is Early Diagnosis of Rosacea Really That Important?

Understanding your body is powerful. So, when your skin gives you a sign that something is not right, you should listen. 
Stinging. Itching. Redness. Persistent Flushing. Visible Blood Vessels. Recognize these symptoms? Assumed they would go away on their own? The good news? You’re not alone. The other good news? There are ways to control these symptoms. You may have rosacea, a chronic skin condition that is often manageable with proper treatment and early diagnosis.  

"Asking for help is not a weakness. It’s a sign of strength." 

It is estimated that 415 million people worldwide have rosacea. That’s a lot of people. What’s even more astounding is that a vast majority of those 415 million do not even know they have it. The signs and symptoms of rosacea tend to worsen if left untreated. So, talking openly with a skin specialist is a good way to prevent symptoms from developing from mild to moderate to severe. A good management routine takes time, but also sets you on the right path to figuring out what works best for your skin.  

You might be thinking, "It’s chronic. It will never go away. I have to live like this forever." Well that is simply not true. Or, it’s mostly not true.  

Kleresca® is determined to help people feel better about their skin. And one way to feel better while living with rosacea is to stick to a routine that lessens the stinging, burning and redness often experienced. You can also target the underlying causes of this condition with Kleresca® Rosacea Treatment which can help bring balance back to your skin.  

 

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Sources

Sannino, M. et al. A novel platform for treating rosacea subtypes 1, 2 and 3 using fluorescent light. Int J Dermatol 2018. In press 
Gether. L et al. Incidence and Prevalence of Rosacea: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Br. J. Dermatol 2018 [Epub ahead of print] 
Braun, S.A.& Gerber, P. A photoconverter-gel assited blue light therapy for the treatment of rosacea. Int. K Dermatol. 2017 [Epub ahead of print] 

Rosacea - more than just redness

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