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Published on March 4, 2014

Author: mmatkovich

Source: slideshare.net

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Esthetics Project One

Rosacea • Facial Distribution of Rosacea • •

What is Rosacea

How common is Rosacea

Where does it develop

Myths Coffee and Caffeine Cause Flare-ups Rosacea is Caused by Poor Hygiene Rosacea is Contagious Rosacea is the Same as Acne Those with Rosacea are Heavy Drinkers

Signs and Symptoms • Signs and Symptoms

More Signs and Symptoms When rosacea first develops, it may appear, then disappear, and then reappear. However, the skin may fail to return to its normal color and the enlarged blood vessels and pimples arrive in time. Rosaceamay rarely reverse itself. Rosacea generally lasts for years, and, if untreated, it tends to gradually worsen.

Stage 1 • • • • • Persistent flushing lasting hours or days Telangiectasias Facial swelling or Edema Stimuli caused Stinging or Burning

Stage 2 • • • • • Persistent Erythema Inflammatory Papules and Pustules Burning and Stinging less common Chronic Edema Scarring is common

Stage 3 • • • • • • Inflammatory Nodules Thickening of skin Irregular Facial Contours Hypertrophy of Connective tissue Hyperplasia of Sebaceous Glands Rhinophyma, bulbous or irregular nose shape

Ocular Rosacea • • • • • Eye problems develop after skin symptoms Itching, Stinging, Burning, Grittiness Erythema and swelling of eyelids Pain and Photosensitivity Severe cases can manifest and progress – Conjunctivitis – Blepharitis – Keratitis

How is Rosacea Diagnosed

Diagnosis Continued

Diagnosis Continued

Look alike Conditions

Demodex Mites

Face Mites

Facial Rosacea Help • Sometimes topical or oral antibiotics can be used. Skin bumps may get better quickly, but redness and flushing are less likely to improve. • Small red lines can be treated with electrosurgery and laser surgery. For some people, laser surgery improves the skin without much scarring or damage. • Patients with a swollen, bumpy nose can have extra skin tissue taken off to make it smaller.

Ocular Rosacea Help • Most eye problems are treated with oral antibiotics. • People who get infections of the eyelids must clean them a lot. After scrubbing with a gentle cleanser, apply a warm (but not hot) compress a few times a day. • If needed, the doctor may prescribe steroid eye drops

Can Rosacea be Cured

Dermatologists Recommend • Rosacea is a chronic skin condition involving inflammation of the cheeks, nose, chin, forehead, or eyelids. It can lead to redness, blushing, acne-like skin eruptions, a burning or stinging sensation of the face, as well as other symptoms. For rosacea-prone skin, Cetaphil® cleansers gently cleanse, moisturize and remove what your skin doesn’t need, without stripping away natural emollients and oils. • • • • • • • • • • • Cetaphil® Gentle Skin Cleanser Mild, non-irritating, hypoallergenic formula Rinses off easily Helps prepare skin for topical medications Neutral pH, non-comedogenic Cetaphil® Gentle Cleansing Bar Gentle, non-alkaline, non-soap bar Ideal for facial and full body cleansing Non-comedogenic, hypoallergenic • • • • • Cetaphil® Daily Facial Moisturizer with sunscreen SPF 50+ Clinically proven to nourish and hydrate skin while helping defend against sunburn Leaves skin feeling soft and smooth Fragrance-free, non-irritating and non-comedogenic For people with rosasea, it’s important to avoid sun exposure and to use sunscreen every day. For rosacea-prone skin, Cetaphil® facial moisturizers with SPF protect your skin from damaging UV rays while gently working to help restore and maintain your skin’s natural balance.

Esthetic Treatments • • • • • • • • • • • • Anti-Oxidants Unbuffered Glycolic Acid Anti-inflamatory and calming masks Mild Peels Gentle facial massage Minimul or No Steam Minimul or No Fragrance Cool soft towels Cool Cotton Squares, no sponges Calming Zinc Soap Image Skincare Line Comforting concealing cosmetics

More about Glycolic • • • • • • • • • • Purpose Glycolic acid (both buffered and non-buffered) is used in over-the-counter skin care products and light chemical peels to rejuvenate the skin and, with continued use, gradually diminish fine lines, mild wrinkles and skin discoloration for healthier, younger-looking skin. pH Level The pH level indicates the level of acid in a substance. In skin care, the lower the pH of a chemical, the stronger the acid and its effect on skin. Natural glycolic acid has a pH of 1.0. A pH of .06 indicates the pH has been lowered for more strength. Buffered glycolic acid has a pH level that has been altered. Strength Non-buffered glycolic acid has a low pH level, meaning the acid causes more of a reaction with skin proteins that trigger the peeling off of surface skin cells and the regeneration of new skin cells to replace the old. Buffered glycolic acid has a pH level that has been modified, typically to weaken the acid. Uses Non-buffered glycolic acid is typical for dermatological cosmetic treatments, while buffered glycolic acid is often used in over-the-counter products and treatments since it is safer and more gentle on the skin. Considerations Percentage does not necessarily indicate strength. A product with "70% glycolic acid" could contain weaker, buffered glycolic acid while one with "30% glycolic acid" could contain stronger, nonbuffered acid.

Image Skincare • SUGGESTED LINE: Vital C • A daily hydrating product line for sensitive, dehydrated and rosacea prone skin. Soothes skin irritation and nourishes tired and dry, dull looking skin. High in anti-oxidants for ultimate protection and nutrition. • Disclaimer: Results not intended to take the place of a consultation. Please speak with a licensed IMAGE skincare professional before implementing a new skincare regimen.

Resources • • • • • • • • • • Rosacea.org Skininc.com Medicinenet.com Miladynet.com Cetaphil.com Skinrxclinic.com Imageskincare.com http://www.dailymail.co.uk http://www.drbaileysskincare.com http://www.dermnet.com

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