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Find Out About Rosacea Skin and Treatments For It

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For those that don’t know, rosacea by definition is a condition in which certain facial blood vessels enlarge, giving the cheeks and nose a flushed condition

Rosacea Skin Treatment

Are you suffering from Rosacea? You are not alone, more than 16 million Americans are struggling with it. It begins with a simple flush or blush then the redness of the cheeks spreads to the nose, forehead, and chin. It comes and it goes, but sometimes, it stays there all the time. Its cause is still unknown. It has no cure, however, there are some Rosacea skin treatments to control the symptoms and prevent further spread to other areas.


Signs of Rosacea:

  • redness of the face
  • visible broken blood vessels
  • burning sensation
  • dry, rough, and scaly skin
  • swollen nose
  • bumps on the skin
  • watery or bloodshot eyes

If you think you have Rosacea, take care of your skin using gentle cleansers and skin care products that are water-based. Avoid products that contain alcohol, witch hazel, menthol and exfoliating creams to prevent further skin irritation. It is safe to use baby soap and cleansers because these are mild and gentle to your skin.


Skin Treatment For Healthy Looking Skin

Rosacea Skin Treatment

Prescripted Medication:

  • Antibiotic Doxycycline to control moderate to severe Rosacea with bumps and pustules
  • Brimonidine (Mirvaso) to reduce redness
  • isotretinoin helps clear up Rosacea acne-like lesions

Over-the-Counter Medication:

Gel that controls redness, bumps, and READ MORE