London, United Kingdom, October 24, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- www.PulseLightClinic.co.uk has introduced a new innovative three pronged approach for acne rosacea treatment
. These are :
• Manual Lymphatic Drainage
• IPL (Intense Pulsed Light)
• Nutritional Therapy
Each has proved effective when used alone, however, the combination of all three therapies simultaneously has proven to be a breakthrough in the natural management of this distressing condition.
The treatment is part of a full holistic approach, which is thought will also have a major impact on the treatment of other kinds of acne. Each treatment is individually tailored and where appropriate other treatments specific to that individual are included. For example, PulseLightClinic also specialises in laser hair removal
. In specific patients, the acne pustules are caused by bacteria which live in the hair follicles. Where patients have problematic follicles, laser hair removal may be prescribed to augment the treatment. Case studies have given positive results for both Acne Rosacea and other types of acne. Clinic owner and rosacea treatment
specialist Sheila MacLean (RGN, BTECH Advanced Skin Laser Technology) stated – “each person is individual, and whilst the symptoms may look similar, the causes are very different. Our treatment focuses on the causes, however we also treat the symptoms. Acne-rosacea can be self-perpetuating, as damage is done to the surrounding tissue, weakening the dermal cells. By treating the skin damage and causes together we gain the best long term results.”
How It Works
Following Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD), the patient then has Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatment. Whilst 40% of acne bacteria are resistant to common oral antibiotics, IPL light can destroy bacteria and delivers wavelengths that target both the bacteria and the blocked sebaceous glands. Pulse Light Clinic have successfully treated acne and acne Rosacea for over ten years and have developed client specific settings which have helped us consistently obtain optimum results.
Finally Nutritional Aspects of Acne are considered as the skin is a reflection of the health of the internal environment, and the hormonal systems of the body.
Pulse Light Clinic are offering free no-obligation assessments for Acne-Rosacea sufferers. The clinic is also seeking volunteers to participate if further studies (For more information call Tel: +44 (0) 20 7283 8191 )