Rosacea Skin Care

Skin Care is almost the top topic for rosacea sufferers.

It is important to not only take the prescriptions offered by your doctor, but also create a gentle skincare regime that will cleanse, support, hydrate and protect your skin.

This will help your skin recover and reduce inflammation whilst you tackle the main symptoms of your rosacea.

The articles below are a good starting point to discover what skin care regime might work best for you.

Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

Burt’s Bees regimen takes on the Cetaphil skincare range

  A trial supervised by Dr. Draelos, will see Burt’s Bees sensitive range take on Galderma’s powerhouse Cetaphil brand. After 4 weeks of daily usage, trialists will decide whether Cetaphil or Burt’s Bees are just as good as each other at forming a suitable skincare regime to supplement rosacea prescription treatments. What is Burt’s Bees? […]

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Bye Bye Under Eye Launched the it Cosmetics Empire

  A recent article in Vanity Fair highlights Bye Bye Under Eye from It Cosmetics as the product that launched Jamie Kern Lima’s journey to create a billion dollar beauty brand. Of interest to roacea sufferers is that fact that Kern-Lima’s struggles with covering up her stubborn rosacea lead to the creation of the concealer, and this […]

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Cetaphil Redness Relieving – Daily Facial Moisturizer Reviews

Galderma are continuing to build out their rosacea portfolio, this time with a new series of anti-redness products in their Cetaphil range. We know that Galderma sees a future in the cosmetic realm, as well as pursuing the prescription treatment market. Cetainly Galderma see their Cetaphil range as a premium product, capable of generating profit […]

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Rosacea is itchier, drier and redder than acne

This paper published in the Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences is confirming one of the things what we know about rosacea – that it differs from acne in a few important ways. Rosacea sufferers have an impaired epidermal barrier function that leads to rosacea-specific symptoms of erythema, itchiness, dryness and burning. The water and lipid […]

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Treating enlarged facial pores – new treatments

Cutis has a recent article that seeks to address a common condition amoungst acne and rosacea sufferers – visibly enlarged facial pores. This condition can have a negative effect on rosacea sufferers’ quality of life, and traditionally is hard to treat. Enlarged Facial Pores: An Update on Treatments Cutis. 2016 July;98(1):33-36. Joanna Dong, BA; Julien Lanoue, […]

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