Skincare tips for Rosacea
Those who have Rosacea are likely to notice a lot of redness and bumps on the surface of the skin, that may be painful. Rosacea is a skin condition in which the skin is chronically inflamed. The skin will look red, with burst capillaries, and might feel like it is burning. You may also have some pimples or bumps and it can often be mistaken for an allergic reaction or acne. Redness alone can just be caused by burst capillaries, sensitive skin or eczema. However, chronic inflammation, categorised by red cheeks, thickened red skin on and around the nose, along with bumps and pimples, is most likely Rosacea.
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To care for Rosacea, it is best to keep away from oily products as much as possible and know that when it comes to your skincare routine, less is more. Flower waters, such as from rose, witch hazel and cornflower, have anti-inflammatory properties and are great at soothing the skin and reducing redness. Apple cider vinegar has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, that can help fight skin infections and calm down irritations. These ingredients can be found in our Balancing Toner, which is the best product for Rosacea. The Toner can be used for calming and cooling your skin anytime throughout the day.
With Rosacea, we need to stress the influence of nutrition. It is often a condition that is triggered from within – coming from the gut. A tip is to take a week or two, or maybe even a month, to skip any diary and sugars in your diet, and see how your skin reacts. For more tips on healing rosacea from within, you can book a personal skin consultation and we can tailor the advice.
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