If you are experiencing redness, but also other symptoms, such as spots, visible blood vessels and dry and thickened skin, you could be suffering from a skin condition called Rosacea. Rosacea affects more women than men, typically in their 30s to 50s; however symptoms can begin to show from early 20s. It is primarily seen on the nose, cheeks, forehead and chin, as well as the neck and chest and is often mistaken for acne, eczema or some other skin allergy. Left untreated, symptoms will worsen, so early action is advised. Studies prove that almost one out of two women have to deal with sensitive skin. This is not only generically-related; sudden irritation or redness is also occurring with increasing frequency in healthy skin, leading to weakening of the natural hydrolipidic barrier in the long term.

What Causes Sensitive Skin?

 Common symptoms of facial redness include:

  • Irritated and dry eyes
  • Flushed face
  • Sensitive skin
  • Burning skin
  • Breakouts similar to acne, and small red bumps or pimples
  • Appearance of red broken blood vessels

Most suffers report flare-ups, with symptoms worsening and reoccurring over time. The causes of sensitive skin are diverse –

  • Temperature fluctuations
  • Climatic conditions
  • Increasingly mental stress
  • Contact with irritating substances
  • Extremely spicy food or an unhealthy diet

The skin’s natural protective function is limited and exposed to these diverse irritants. As a result, the skin becomes sensitised or even damaged in the long-term.

Many people with sensitive skin believe that this is caused by an allergy. When the skin reacts severely to environmental influence and stress situations, however, it is often the hydrolipidic barrier which is damaged. Irritating substances are able to penetrate much easily and evoke reactions as a result of this. The skin’s ability to store moisture is also reduced. Depending on irritant potential, the skin’s condition may change at short notice within a matter of hours or days irrespective of your age or skin type.

Signs of Sensitive Skin

Treatment Options

The plasma technology destroys the P.acnes bacteria (that’s what’s causing the problem), it sterilises the skin and has an anti-inflammatory effect. Skin is left clean, glowing and deeply repaired and moisturised with no down time. Improves skin quality and appearance of ageing by stimulating fibroblasts and generating collagen, improving blood circulation and increasing lymphatic drainage. Skin density is usually increased by 14.8% in just one treatment. Additional results come from the active ingredients introduced into the skin. 

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Effectively treating sensitive skin to achieve visibly smooth and relaxed looking skin with the help of highly-effective plant extracts to care for sensitised skin and achieve long-lasting protection against chemical and physical influences, thanks to Janssen’s special active substances. 

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Pharmacy grade products are an ideal solution. Janssen cosmetics contain strong and pure ingredients to guarantee results in an environmentally safe way to care for skin without harming the natural balance and protection provided by the body. Our skin specialists at Laser Chic will gladly assist and advise on a plan for clear skin.

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£25Instant Soothing Oil

Instant Soothing Oil

The 7-day oil-containing SOS care concentrate targeted for the immediate soothing of irritated skin. It reduces irritation and unpleasant feelings of tightness.
£31Soft Cleansing Mousse

Soft Cleansing Mousse

Mild cleansing foam for gentle and thorough cleansing of sensitive skin. It soothes irritated skin and counteracts skin redness without stressing it unnecessarily.
£40Intense Calming Cream

Intense Calming Cream

Protects and nourishes sensitive skin by strengthening the skin’s natural protective barrier, whilst alleviate unpleasant tightness and itching. 
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