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How to Treat Rosacea

September 5, 2019
Despite being an incredibly common skin condition, rosacea is still poorly understood by medical professionals. Causing an appearance similar to a sunburn, rosacea mostly affects the face although it can occasionally progress to other parts of the body too. While this is a benign skin condition, it can understandably have a profound psychologically effect on… Read More...
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Things You Need To Know About Rosacea Treatment

August 4, 2017
Rosacea Treatment
Rosacea is a skin condition that mainly affects the face but can affect the neck or even the chest area. It’s similar to sunburn or blushing and can have a large psychological impact on the sufferer. Now Rosacea can be treated in some ways so that you can improve your confidence and achieve natural, healthy… Read More...

Common triggers of rosacea

August 29, 2012
Rosacea is a skin condition which affects a surprisingly large number of people. Its key characteristics include redness and flushing, and occasionally even pimples, of the skin on the face. Rosacea triggers Medical professionals believe that there are certain triggers which can set off rosacea and make it flare up worse than usual in sufferers.… Read More...
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Causes of broken blood vessels in the face

August 20, 2012
Many people have problems with pigmentation and tone in the skin of the face, and the most common problem is broken blood vessels. What are broken blood vessels? Broken blood vessels (also known as telangiectasia) are tiny capillaries that have become dilated, twisted or broken. You can spot broken blood vessels by looking for red,… Read More...
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You aren’t alone with rosacea – celebrities suffer with it too

July 14, 2012
Rosacea is a chronic skin condition which causes flushing of the face, neck and even the chest. It looks similar to sunburn or blushing, but it is actually caused by enlarged blood vessels. Rosacea can also be triggered by certain medicines and chemicals, as well as consumption of alcohol and spicy food or extreme hot… Read More...
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Keeping your rosacea under cover this summer

June 23, 2012
Unfortunately, one of the common triggers of the chronic skin condition rosacea is… the sun. And now with summer upon us, it is doubly important to make sure that your fragile complexion is protected from the sun’s rays. We should all be wearing a daily sunblock on exposed areas of skin, but for those who… Read More...
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Leave your rosacea in the shade this summer

June 17, 2012
Unfortunately for those who suffer from the chronic skin complaint rosacea, summer will not bring the opportunity to bask in the sunshine (although this could be a blessing in disguise for your skin). Along with alcohol and spicy foods, the sun’s rays can be responsible for triggering rosacea flare-ups that can be uncomfortable, unsightly and… Read More...
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Keep rosacea at bay with the help of a diary

May 26, 2012
When you develop rosacea it can be disheartening to know that there is no cure for this chronic skin condition. The spots and persistent flushing can also be accompanied by highly sensitised skin and can be embarrassing and uncomfortable. Rosacea is usually triggered by environmental factors like strong sunlight, heat, cold and pollution. It can… Read More...
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Keep your skin under cover this summer

May 21, 2012
Getting a tan may make you feel like you look more attractive as well as healthier, but if your skin is prone to outbreaks of acne or rosacea, then you could be asking for trouble. It is essential to protect such fragile skin from irritation or damage caused by exposure to the sun: heat and… Read More...

New treatment for the symptoms of rosacea

May 17, 2012
The symptoms of rosacea can be difficult to live with: persistent flushing and redness of the skin, acne-like spots and thread veins can all wreak havoc with our complexions. And yet, there is another symptom of rosacea that can be even harder to disguise. Rhinophyma describes the thickening of the skin on the nose, and… Read More...
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