Helps to get rid of rosacea with long-term effect
Flash treatment - takes only 5 minutes
This chronic skin disease looks like acne, but does not appear until the middle age. It is more common for women, but men have a worse course. It occurs mainly in the face and affects the nose, cheeks, forehead and chin areas. It manifests itself first by reddening the skin, and then the red and tense skin is covered by swelling and purulent blisters. It occurs in Central and Northern Europe in 10% of Celtic patients. These are blonde or red-haired women, with soft light skin, blue eyes, I-II phototype and about 40 years old.