Este Birmingham client Mona’s dramatic skin recovery from eczema on the face is the result of LED phototherapy treatment.
Before her Dermalux LED light therapy treatment, the skin around Mona’s mouth, including her chin, cheeks and nose area was covered by a big patch of facial eczema.
You can see from Mona’s eczema before and after photos how successful the Este Medical eczema LED light therapy treatment was. Her eczema after treatment photos show how clear and flawless her skin is looking as a result of this effective treatment for atopic dermatitis.
Why Is Eczema Bad News For Skin?
Eczema interferes with the skin’s natural protective barrier, as well as your body’s immune functioning. This interference makes the skin sensitive, vulnerable, and more reactive, which causes eczema flare-ups that are difficult to control without professional treatment.
Here’s how two other Este Medical Group clients, Anja and Omraj, effectively treated their eczema with LED phototherapy (also called Photo Dynamic Therapy). Both Anja and Omraj were able to get their problematic eczema under control with Este eczema treatments.
Why Do I Have Eczema On My Face?
In most cases facial eczema is atopic dermatitis: the most common type of eczema, which can cause skin dryness, skin cracking, scaling, and darker looking patches of skin. Often the skin feels sore and itchy, like it is burning.
If not treated properly, facial eczema may become infected, and in the worst cases atopic eczema can cause widespread inflamed skin all over the body and non-stop itching.
If you think you are suffering from atopic eczema, then we strongly recommend you book an Este Medical skincare consultation to address this skin condition before it escalates.
What causes face eczema?
Several factors have been identified as being responsible for eczema:
- Genetics (e.g., family history)
- Over-reactive immune system
- Allergen contact (e.g., soap, detergent)
- Environmental factors (e.g., dry weather)
Symptoms Of Eczema On Face
Facial eczema symptoms may range from mild to severe and include:
- Skin inflammation, redness and swelling
- Skin rash with darker skin discolouration
- Dry skin that looks flaky in patches
- Crusty patches of skin
- Wrinkled or puckered looking skin
- Little skin bumps and/or skin blisters
- Itchy and sore feeling skin
Let Este Medical Treat Your Eczema Skin Flare-Ups With LED Light Therapy!
You might feel like there is no solution to the constant circle of eczema flare-ups that burn and itch, but Este has effective and proven eczema treatments to help you resolve this treatable skin condition.
Book an Este Medical eczema treatment if you are experiencing one or more of these symptoms.
October 12, 2023