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Since there is no cure for rosacea, you'll need calming, gentle products to help control or reverse its signs and symptoms. Cleure skincare products for rosacea have got you covered with a wide range of needs for a flawless complexion.

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Solutions on How to Manage Rosacea & Redness

According to the National Rosacea Society, an estimated 16 million Americans suffer with rosacea, which is a chronic skin disorder. If you live with the signs and symptoms of rosacea, finding the right skincare for rosacea can help you more effectively manage it.

Rosacea Symptoms and What Makes it Worse
Rosacea symptoms may include:

  • Facial burning and stinging
  • Itching
  • Acne
  • Redness
  • Dry, flaky skin

  • Dermatologists have found that certain triggers can increase the redness and other signs that are typical of rosacea. The American Association of Dermatology (AAD) reports "Fragrances cause more allergic contact dermatitis than any other ingredient." According to the National Rosacea Society, other factors that worsen symptoms include:

  • Stress and anxiety.
  • Sun exposure without protection.
  • Spicy foods, alcohol, hot water for showers.
  • Harsh, irritating ingredients in cosmetics and skin care such as alcohol, witch hazel, fragrance, salicylic acid, menthol, eucalyptus oil, peppermint, and mint.

  • How to Manage Rosacea and Redness with Skincare Products
    The typical medical treatment for rosacea includes antibiotics and acne types of products. However, although antibiotics may be needed for short term to fight bacteria, long term use can result in resistance. If you have sensitive skin, many of the products meant to fight acne may be too harsh and cause other problems. Most of these types of acne products contain a common aspirin ingredient called salicylic acid, which many are finding they are allergic to.

    For daily skincare routine, consider:

  • Fragrance free skin care and cosmetics.
  • Emu oil has been shown to reduce rosacea symptoms. Emu oil contains anti-inflammatory properties that help sooth skin reactions. Use as a moisturizer after cleansing.
  • Only use a soap-free cleanser.
  • Any skin care with oatmeal. Oatmeal is soothing and helps calm the skin.
  • Use skin care that is non-comedogenic (does not clog pores).
  • Use sun protection, preferably one with SPF from zinc oxide and titanium dioxide.
  • For cosmetics, pure mineral makeup is less irritating and is gentle for coverup as concealer or foundation.

  • It's difficult living with rosacea and skin that flushes quickly with redness. With proper lifestyle management and gentle and non-irritating products, managing symptoms of rosacea will be easier.