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
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, […]
ZincO Cream as a product has been around for many years now. It is time that it had its own page on this site where we can collect reviews and comments in one place. I still use ZincO Cream everyday to offer protection from the sun and to smooth over facial redness. I trust that you […]
A reader of Rosacea News sent me an interesting looking tip for a sunscreen that could be a good option for rosacea sufferers. This zinc oxide and octinoxate based sunscreen is available in a tinted and untinted formulation. The sunscreen is promoted as a product that “helps calm and protect sensitive skin types prone to […]
Often quoted as an expert in the formulations of skin care products, Paula Begoin is a well known figure. Now with the introduction of a range of products that bear the name Paula’s Choice, rosacea sufferers will get to see whether all the expertise garnered from critiquing other manufacturer’s products can translate into excellence from […]
A recent paper has highlighted the potential benefit of a new range of rosacea skincare that contain licochalcone A (Lic A) and an active called SymSitive. This new active ingredient being highlighted is 4-t-butylcyclohexanol, and is marketed under the name SymSitive. In a study that was undertaken by employees of Beiersdorf, a new addition to the Eucerin Redness Relief […]