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I have small blood vessels on my cheeks and skin, can I treat these?
Small blood vessels appearing on the noise and around the cheeks often the traits of a skin condition called rosacea. Rosacea most commonly affects fair-skinned people and is estimated to affect up to 1 in 10 people. Rosacea affects twice as many women as men, although it can be more serious in men. In more severe cases, the skin can thicken and enlarge, usually on and around the nose. There is no cure for rosacea, but treatments are available to control these symptoms.
We always recommend visiting your GP before treating any of your skin complaints, as they will be able to review your symptoms and prescribe an effective treatment plan that works best for your skin!
Those with symptoms of rosacea should avoid harsh cleansers or exfoliants. Avoid over-rubbing, scrubbing or massaging the face as doing so can further irritate your skin. Always use oil-free products as these can stimulate breakouts or block pores. For men with symptoms of rosacea, the Elave Shave Essentials are designed to be used on sensitive skin to prevent irritation and redness, leaving the skin protected, hydrated and deeply moisturised after shaving.
Use the Elave Sensitive Men's Shave Balm with soothing Aloe Vera and cooling Menthol to reduce skin irritation and redness. Team this up with the Sensitive Shave Gel for a close smooth shave without irritation and redness, the sulfate- free shaving formula is gentle on sensitive skin and helps prevent razor drag and burn.
For women, using the Elave Hydrating Cream Cleanser will provide