Rosacea is a skin condition that affects thousands of women up and down the country. Even though it isn’t dangerous, it can cause very visible redness and rashes on the face, and can also increase the likelihood of breakouts.

As a result, lots of women are very self-conscious of their rosacea and do everything they can do hide its effects.

Do you suffer from rosacea and wonder what you can do about it? Read on to find out more!

See A Skin Expert

If your rosacea is really bad, then you might want to head straight to your nearest dermatologist for help. They will be able to give you some creams that could reduce the redness when your skin does flare up.

You might also want to consider going to a skin treatment clinic that offers treatment that can reduce the pigmentation in the skin.


These can greatly reduce the visibility of rosacea for a few weeks, although you may need to repeatedly go back when the pigmentation starts to return.

Stop Using Harsh Skincare Products

Do you use different antibacterial washes and exfoliating products on your skin? If so, you need to stop that right now. Even though all of these products would be a good way to treat acne, they won’t work so well for rosacea.

Instead, they will be causing the blood vessels in your skin to flare up, which will make the condition even more visible. Ideally, you should only be using natural skin products that aren’t made with any harsh materials.

Improving redness and hyper-pigmentation with a treatment called 2D. This combines laser genesis and IPL. Recommended for only lighter skin types with browns and reds in their skin.

Staying out of the sun and avoid self tanners/spray tans is a must, and multiple treatments will be necessary. 🔸🔸🔸 We have made great progress, but we haven’t reached our end goal just yet.


This is a process that takes time and attention, and I’m really liking the direction we are headed in!


Learn What Triggers Yours

Rosacea can be triggered by a variety of external factors. Different people seem to be triggered by different factors. So, if you have a friend who also suffers from rosacea, you might find that you aren’t bothered by the same things.

For instance, some people suffer breakouts after eating a spicy curry while others find that their skin flares up when they drink alcohol. So, it’s necessary to find out what triggers your skin so that you can then keep away from it.

Keep Your Skin Moisturised

You will probably find that your skin tends to be dry when you have rosacea. As a result, it’s important that you keep your skin well-moisturised at all times.


Don’t forget that your moisturiser of choice should be made with natural ingredients or else it could trigger your skin. It’s a good idea to have a little tub of moisturiser in your handbag so that you can also keep your skin hydrated during the day.

Always Use Sunscreen

One final point is that you need to wear sunscreen every day. Yes, even on the days when it doesn’t look too sunny outside. There will always be UV light in the environment, even on cloudy days, and this could aggravate your rosacea.


Try not to use a sunscreen that has a lot of chemicals in it, though, as this could irritate the face.

Hopefully, all of these useful tips will help you deal with the effects of rosacea.

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