Rosacea Treatment in Ayurveda
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory disease that typically affects the face. It results in redness, pimples, swelling and small, superficial dilated blood vessels Flare-ups often occur in cycles. This means that you will experience symptoms for weeks or months at a time, the symptoms will go away, and then return. Rosacea worsens with time if left untreated. Rosacea is more common among fair-skinned people.Rosacea is not contagious
Types of Rosacea
The four types of Rosacea are:
Vascular Rosacea or Erythemato telangiectatic Rosacea - It is the
commonest type. It is characterized by persistent redness on the face. Small blood vessels beneath the skin surface may become enlarged and visible, Skin becomes dry, sensitive, rough and scaly. There may be burning sensation over the skin. Without treatment, the redness can get more persistent, cover more skin, and even become permanent.
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It is associated with “whitehead” pustules, which are pus-filled blemishes, and red, swollen bumps. These typically appear on
the cheeks, chin, and forehead and are frequently misidentified as acne . Skin is usually very red, oily and sensitive.
It is a rare form of Rosacea characterized by a large, red, bumpy or bulbous nose. It can occur as part of phymatous rosacea. The exact cause of rhinophyma is unknown, but it's considered a subtype of severe rosacea. This condition is significantly more common in men, especially between the ages of 50 to 70 years
It is redness, burning sensation/ tearing sensation, dryness and irritation in the eyes with swollen eyelids.
Ayurvedic View Of Rosacea
As per Ayurveda, Rosacea is Pitta dominant disorder. Redness and burning sensation are the predominant symptom. The patient normally complaints of redness and feeling of heat sensation over the face which normally aggravates when exposed to Sun or in hot environment. An ayurvedic treatment of rosacea begins with cleansing the blood of toxins and using lifestyle activities to reduce excess pitta. Ayurveda uses a category of herbs called alteratives to cleanse the blood. To manage the symptoms of rosacea, ayurvedic healing mostly recommends pacifying the pitta exacerbation by personalising a diet comprising of cool, sweet, stabilizing foods by replacing those that are sour, spicy, salty, or pungent.
Best Ayurvedic Treatment for Rosacea
As per the symptoms of the patient, Rakta mokshan, virechan andVaman are planned as per the need. Different medicines are planned according to Pitta Kapha Dominan tSymptoms.At SKK Ayurveda, Delhi you can consult the Best Ayurvedic doctor for Rosacea.