Rosacea Treatment with Topical Ozonate Oil

Rosacea is a common, chronic disorder that can present with a variety of cutaneous or ocular manifestations. Skin involvement primarily affects the central face, with findings such as persistent centrofacial redness, papules, pustules, flushing, telangiectasia, and phymatous skin changes (eg,rhinophyma). Ocular involvement may also occur, manifesting with lid margin telangiectases, conjunctival injection, ocular irritation, or other signs and symptoms.
Rosacea is most frequently observed in individuals with lightly pigmented skin (skin phototypes I and II). People of Celtic and Northern European origin appear to have the greatest risk for this disorder. The prevalence of rosacea is difficult to assess due to its variable clinical manifestations and the wide
variety of skin disorders that exhibit similar clinical features.
Estimates of the prevalence of rosacea in fair-skinned populations range from 1 to 1 0 percent.
Rosacea occurs in people with greater skin pigmentation but is less frequently diagnosed in such populations. It is unknown whether factors such as masking of facial redness by abundant skin pigment, protective effects of melanin against ultraviolet radiation (an exacerbating factor for rosacea), or genetic differences in susceptibility to rosacea contribute to the lower rate of diagnosis in people with dark skin.
Adults over the age of 30 are the primary age group affected by rosacea, and the disorder occurs more frequently in women than in men. Patients with phymatous skin changes are an exception; the vast majority of affected patients are adult males. Rosacea occasionally occurs in adolescents. In this population, rosacea is often mistaken for acne vulgaris. Rarely, rosacea occurs in children. Children may exhibit all subtypes except phymatous changes, and symptoms may persist into adulthood.
Analyses of data from the Nurses' Health Study II suggest that obesity, a past smoking history, and increased alcohol consumption may be risk factors for rosacea in women.
The pathways that lead to the development of rosacea are not well understood. Proposed contributing factors include abnormalities in innate immunity, inflammatory reactions to cutaneous microorganisms, ultraviolet damage, and vascular dysfunction.

EXACERBATING FACTORS

Multiple factors have been anecdotally associated with exacerbations of cutaneous signs and symptoms of rosacea, including:
●Exposure to extremes of temperature
●Sun exposure
●Hot beverages
●Spicy foods
●Alcohol
●Exercise
●Irritation from topical products
●Psychologic feelings, especially anger, rage, and embarrassment
●Certain drugs, such as nicotinic acid and vasodilators
●Skin barrier disruption

Rosacea Treatment with Topical Ozonate  Oil

In some studies medicinal herbal remedies were used to treat rosacea patients. Herbal oils such as Tee Tree , Hemp seed  and oil of oregano, a flowering plant in the mint family (Lamiaceae) were used that be effective at killing the skin mite associated with rosacea and reducing  the dermal inflammation and strengthening and making  better able of skin to resist bacterial, viral and fungal infections.

The progress of today medical science is oriented to develop new technologies allowing not only highly effective treating diseases, but also preventing them. One of such progressive approaches is ozone therapy. Ozone or O3 is a triatomic very reactive form of oxygen that easily can break off and combine with other molecules oxidize them. Ozone effects on toxins, bacteria, molds, mildew, fungus, cancer cells and viruses in a variety of ways. The problem of rosacea is the internal state of the organism, therefore it should be treated not only from the outside, but also inside and this task can be successfully done by ozone producing a detoxication and increasing or modulating the body immunity. Ozone disrupts the integrity of the organism cell envelope such as Demodex through oxidation of the phospholipids and lipoproteins.

One of the medical applications of ozonein skin disorders such as rosacea is combining ozone with herbal oils like olive oil. As ozonate olive oil has antibacterial and antiviral effect and by minimizing pathogen diffusion and enhancing microcirculation, reduces the swelling, destroys the pathogen and allows a rapid healing.

Whereas the high therapeutic efficiency of ozone therapy can be considered in dermatocosmetology.

 


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