Cuperosis

Cuperosis – a disease resulting from the weakness of the vascular walls, characterized by the disturbance of blood circulation in the skin.

In most cases, rosacea affects women with fair or sensitive skin, for which are characterized by increased susceptibility to external influences. The cause of the disease is the influence of several factors that lead to stagnation of blood in the capillaries. These include:

smoking

food, which included acute and too hot food

preparations temperature

UV exposure

hormonal imbalance

Also, poor circulation in the skin may be due to genetic predisposition.

The main features of the disease include itching, burning, sometimes a reddening of the skin and inflammation. Manifestations in the form of redness, as a rule, homogeneous and localized in the cheeks, nose, chin, forehead, representing the spider veins and expanded mesh of capillaries. Lack of therapeutic measures leads to the development of the disease that is characterized by the intensity of manifestation of its symptoms.

Complication of rosacea is a marked deterioration of the skin. In the presence of the disease over time, it becomes thinner and dries due to an insufficient amount of fluid, which prevents the flow of stagnant blood flow. Also, poor circulation contributes to a lack of oxygen and nutrients, which manifests the loss of a healthy complexion, pale skin. Without the availability of adequate treatment is observed the development of these processes and, consequently, premature aging of skin.

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