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How To Best Treat Rosacea?

How to best treat Rosacea

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Have you ever thought about rosacea and what it is?

At first glance, the likelihood of developing some form of Rosacea does not seem very high and we do not think of it, but when it happens to you, things start to look different. Burning redness and tenderness on the cheekbones, nose, chin, and forehead, dilated capillaries, and even pimples develop on our skin and despite its beautiful name, rosacea is not pleasant at all and even less - rare. According to statistics, it is one of the most common skin diseases, mainly affecting women between the ages of 35 and 60. Studies show that rosacea changes the skin at the micro level. The affected areas become inflamed, there is a greater amount of skin-inhabiting arachnids of the genus Demodex type on its upper layer, and our skin thins.

Therefore, the skin that suffers from rosacea is more sensitive to both environmental factors and internal stress levels. Rosacea can occur for many different reasons. A study by the National Rosacea Society shows that it is most often provoked by factors such as intense sunlight (81%), emotional stress (79%), hot weather (75%), but also strong winds, excessive exercise, cold weather, hot baths, some medications, inappropriate cosmetics. Even your love of spicy or dairy products can trigger rosacea.

What is Rosacea?

As the name suggests, rosacea is characterized by flushing the face. The exact reason is still a mystery. The disease is associated with both hereditary and environmental factors. Over time, rosacea can get worse, especially if it's ignored. You may notice broken blood vessels or red bumps on your cheekbones. Common symptoms include:

  • redness or bumps
  • acne-like breakouts
  • broken blood vessels
  • thick skin on the nose, chin, forehead, cheeks
  • swollen or sensitive skin
  • stinging and burning sensation
  • dryness or rough patches
  • Spider veins
  • blush or blush easily

There are four main subtypes of rosacea. Each type presents with different symptoms.

What can unlock rosacea?

There are many factors that can lead to rosacea but the more important question is - what to do if this unpleasant condition has already shown on our face. The bad news is that no cure for rosacea has been found so far and that the disease is chronic. The good news is that you can effectively alleviate and limit it. Start by consulting a good dermatologist to diagnose the condition correctly as even professionals can mistake the pimples that form in severe rosacea for acne. The rest is in your hands - constant, quality care for the skin and its health will limit the manifestations of rosacea. Identify what causes rosacea attacks in you and avoid them. Be sure to wear sunscreen all year round.

Use quality skincare products that will help restore the surface layer of the skin. Naked Actives EFG Renewal Serum is such an amazing product. It deeply hydrates, nourishes with vitamins, renews and revitalizes skin cells, and helps significantly reduce rosacea and redness. Its rich protects from the effects of UV rays, increases skin elasticity, and relieves unpleasant skin conditions. Sea kelp is rich in skin polyphenols, and vitamins C, Vitamin B3, and Niacinamide and EGF repair damaged cells and promote their renewal. Skin affected by rosacea needs perseverance and intelligent care. Discover Naked Actives' active ingredients and best-in-class skincare to help you in that struggle!

What is the best treatment for rosacea?

Getting an accurate diagnosis and understanding your type of rosacea is the first step. Your doctor can advise you to watch for any triggers, monitor them, and adjust your lifestyle as needed. You can actively manage the situation. Avoiding specific foods, activities, and beverages may be part of it.

Other conditions may require continued medical care, at least until your symptoms go away. This can be anything from oral antibiotics to prescription lotion or an over-the-counter skincare routine. To control frequent flare-ups or long-term consequences, your dermatologist may recommend additional treatments.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q- What is the most effective treatment for rosacea?

The antibiotic metronidazole is used to treat inflammation. It is often employed in the management of rosacea. Products containing metronidazole are applied in the form of a cream, Naked Actives EFG Renewal Serum, to affected areas of the skin once or twice a day.

Q - What should you not do with rosacea?

Any factor that irritates your skin can make rosacea worse. To avoid this, you should avoid touching or cleaning your face. Hence, washcloths, face sponges, and exfoliation are banned. You can take better care of your rosacea by incorporating these tips into your skincare routine.

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