Rosacea: Key Ingredients To Treat & Control
A number of things come to mind when we think of Rosacea; redness, inflammation, sensitivity, heat, and irritation- to name a few. Rosacea is a chronic skin condition characterized by facial flushing, redness, telangiectasias or broken capillaries, and little tiny red bumps (often mistaken for acne blemishes).
This condition can compromise the skin barrier which causes persistent damage and further skin aging. The first sign of rosacea may be redness or flushing that comes and goes, and is triggered by many different internal and external factors. It’s important to know what ingredients and skincare products to use on the skin, and what to avoid.
Some known triggers of Rosacea:
Its important to find your triggers that seem to be causing Rosacea flare-ups and sensitivity in the skin. Its sometimes best to see a Dermatologist or Physician to determine what you should avoid and what testing is required to be done, especially if the triggers are internal.
*Photo: Patient above is using appropriate skin care at home recommended by our Aesthetician and has received multiple professional treatments at Skin Method.
Some ingredients found in skincare products can dramatically change the skin when treating Rosacea or even just sensitive skin. These are some of my favourite ingredients I’ve recommended to my patients, and seen visible improvement regarding this condition.
When is comes to Rosacea, everyone is different; every person reacts and responds to the condition differently. Thats why its important to be recommended proper skincare products and treatments which can lead to successfully controlling and reducing signs of Rosacea. Some things that work for you may not work for others. Skin is individual and needs to be treated as such.
With doing the appropriate skincare routine at home combined with medical-grade treatments performed by a professional— can be life changing. BOOK A FREE SKIN CONSULTATION
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