Rosacea is a common skin concern but there are many things you can do to reduce flare-ups, and keep your skin looking radiant. That's where we can offer a helping hand!
Firstly, using gentle skincare is one of the best ways to treat the rosacea skin condition. Specific roseaca products, as well as those targeted towards sensitive skin types will effectively cleanse the skin without causing irritation.
Furthermore, there are many types of rosacea skin treatment. We recommend products containing powerful ingredients to treat rosacea, including Azelaic Acid¹, Zinc or Titanium Dioxide². These ingredients soothe the skin, thereby reducing redness.
Another great way to prevent flare-ups is to protect your skin from the sun. Use a sunscreen of spf 30 or higher to block the sun’s radiation by deflecting UV rays. This keeps your skin protected without causing irritation.
To treat rosacea, explore our range of cooling and soothing products that contain ingredients to repair the skin and keep it calm. Depending on your skin type and sensitivity there is a wide range of formulas to suit you that range from thicker creams to serums that work by reducing redness. Browse our range of rosacea skin care products below.
Rosacea skin affects many and appears on the face in the form of visible blood vessels. What’s more, it also causes excessive blushing and skin flushing, which many refer to as rosacea rash.
On top of this, rosacea symptoms can also appear as small bumps on the face, which can become pus-filled. The condition can also cause a burning or stinging sensation when anything encounters the face, including water.
Symptoms may flare up for several weeks or months, and then disappear for some time. However, without proper treatment and care the condition can become worse and even permanent.
Rosacea is more common in women than men. However when left untreated, men with rosacea are more prone to developing thickening phymatous skin changes.²
What causes rosacea? Unfortunately, the jury is still out on this. Doctors have suggested that it may be a genetic condition, often running in the family.³ As well as this, other prospective causes include blood vessel trouble, and gut bacteria called H. pylori.
While the exact causes of the condition aren’t known, factors which trigger it are. Rosacea triggers include alcohol, spicy foods, caffeine and aerobic exercises such as running.
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4. Awosika O, Oussedik E. Genetic Predisposition to Rosacea. Dermatologic Clinics. 2018;36(2):87-92.
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