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How To Get Rid Of Rosacea?

If you’ve landed on this page, this will likely mean you’re struggling with Rosacea yourself and are looking for ways to ease the symptoms of this skin concern. Rosacea can be extremely frustrating to deal with and may even make you insecure or self-conscious at times. There’s no need for that! Rosacea is a very common skin concern and luckily, there are some really great products on the market that will help you to tackle it head-on. In this blog, we’ll quickly touch on the details of Rosacea, what products can help and other ideas to soothe your skin.


What Is Rosacea?

If you have Rosacea, please don’t feel like you're alone in it. Rosacea is a common skin condition that causes facial flushing, irritation and pimples. Rosacea often gets mistaken for acne or eczema, with many people often misdiagnosed at first. The most common symptoms of Rosacea include:

Facial Redness

For most people, Rosacea will cause facial redness. The small blood vessels on your cheeks and nose get swollen and become more visible. 

Swollen, Red Bumps

Another common symptom is your skin having swollen, red bumps all over. This is the reason that Rosacea often gets mistaken for acne, as it can look similar.  

Eye Problems

Rosacea can also cause eye problems which makes your eyes and eyelids feel dry, irritated and swollen. This is known as Ocular Rosacea and can become very uncomfortable when left untreated.

Enlarged Nose

Only a small percentage of people struggle with this condition, but over time, Rosacea can cause the skin around the nose to appear bulbous. This condition is more common in men. 

Does Rosacea Get Worse In Summer?

Rosacea symptoms can fluctuate throughout the different seasons of the year. Research by the National Rosacea Society has shown that 85% of people with Rosacea said their condition is affected by changes in seasons. Half of participants in the study said that their symptoms get worse when the weather gets warmer. If you have Rosacea, you have a 50% chance of experiencing worse symptoms throughout the summer. Luckily, you don’t have to wait around until it happens to you. 

How To Combat Rosacea Using At Home Skincare?

Here’s the great news - you can combat Rosacea at home by using skincare products that specifically target Rosacea. OurRosacea skincare products have been specially formulated for treating skin redness. A calming serum, a soothing moisturiser or a redness neutraliser, it can all be found here. 

Our favourite product for treating Rosacea is the Jan Marini Skin Research RosaLieve Redness Reducing Complex, which has been clinically proven to diminish redness and flushed skin with Tetrapeptide-14. Azelaic acid to reduces inflammation and eliminates blemish-causing bacteria, whilst powerful botanicals to repair damaged skin. The addition of antioxidant-rich shea butter and hyaluronic acid ensures that the skin stays soft, supple and hydrated, providing long-lasting moisture.

Before & after - Rosacea

Another great way to temporarily get some instant relief from your Rosacea is by using a cold compress. By using this on a regular basis, there is a possibility that your symptoms will disappear or reduce. Combine this with the redness neutraliser and your skin will be less irritable and red. It’s worth the try, right?

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