For the past 4-5 years, my main problem has been redness or rosacea on my face. My skin started to burn and feel itchy, blotchy and there were red patches particularly on my chin, cheeks and my nose area.
For years, I went to see a dermatologist in London who put me on antibiotic courses one after the other with less and less success. really felt that they let me down, as the antibiotics courses were so intense and at the end I developed some health issues, infections etc.
I could hardly believe my luck that there was a skin and face clinic in Farnham, where I live and booked a consultation with Dr Tailor at once. She listened to my concerns and discussed every step with me in detail, what is going to happen, how the products and treatments work and then she proposed a personal treatment plan for my problem. She used a digital equipment to map up my face and analyse the state of my skin underneath. I learnt so much about my skin, the skin cycle and skin health in general!
So I started with some selected medicated products from the so-called ZO skincare range and also had a HydraFacial treatment to cleanse and optimise my skin health before the procedure (laser therapy). I have been to one HydraFacial treatment and I loved it! It was so nice and my skin got so clean and glowing.
The products are AMAZING, especially the serum called Rozatrol. After first use, I didn’t have red face at all! I love this product and could not believe that a single application of a serum could have such a huge effect on my skin.
My new skin regime has changed everything. I have been using the ZO products for 6 weeks now, and after 4 weeks I came back for a control skin analysis and the results have been amazing! Beforehand, my skin was red, blotchy and burning and these products just changed everything.
I’m really grateful to Dr Tailor and all the staff members to have helped me when I was in despair and felt lost. I’m really happy now and can’t wait to have more Hydrafacial treatments and look forward to the laser treatment in a few weeks’ time.