Clinic Offers Promotion on Rosacea Treatment

Jan 29, 2013, 08:00 ET from The Laser Treatment Clinic

LONDON, January 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Winter is a time that people often associated with cold walks, warm fires, mulled wine and comfort food, but unfortunately these are all things that rosacea sufferers connect with an increase in symptoms of the condition. The Laser Treatment Clinic in London is keen to help rosacea suffers cope with the problems they face during winter.

Rosacea is a condition characterised by a glowing, red complexion and although there is no sinister pathology associated with the problem, it is often responsible for considerable distress and reduced self-esteem. Those who suffer with the condition usually notice an increase in the frequency and potency of their symptoms at this time of year.

The root causes of rosacea remain a mystery to scientists and dermatologists, but what they do know is that those cold walks, warm fires and the indulgences in food and drink can worsen their effects. Symptoms include uncomfortable heat, redness and itchiness of the skin.

The professional team at the Laser Treatment Clinic has helped countless people to reduce the signs and symptoms of rosacea by using pulsed light therapy in a safe and comfortable environment. This form of laser treatment is engineered to diminish the capillary network and thereby break the chain of causal events responsible for those distressing symptoms and signs.

At the moment, visitors to will find up to 50 per cent off available treatments. Skincare professionals can also provide expert advice on diet and lifestyle in order to help sufferers of rosacea to manage their symptoms and exercise greater control over their complexions.

Based in London's Harley Street, the Laser Treatment Clinic was founded in 2000 and was among the very first advanced laser skin clinics in the capital. It has now established itself as a leader in its field. The team at the clinic, which includes medical laser experts, laser protection advisors, laser protection supervisors, registered nurses and aestheticians, boasts over 12 years' experience in delivering cutting edge non-invasive laser treatments.

SOURCE The Laser Treatment Clinic