How to Treat Red, Sensitive and Rosacea-Prone Skin

If you are a person suffering from rosacea, you know how difficult it can be to care for your skin. Because of how sensitive your skin can be, it can be challenging to try to keep it calm. It quickly becomes irritated, reddens, and is exposed to touch.

Even if you are seeing a dermatologist treat this condition, it can still be challenging at times. Medications have positive effects, but they are not the solution to everything. At least not the complete solution. You may find that you are still battling with the sensitivity and irritation of rosacea.

There are many articles out there that will recommend certain products to you, and there are good ones if you are suffering from a skin condition. However, if you are seeing a dermatologist, they may not want you using specific products. Those products may be counterintuitive to the effects of the medication, and you may soon find yourself worse off than before if you are treating your rosacea with an over-the-counter product while using medication.

We recommend to you that before trying anything, it is a good idea to consult your dermatologist. Let them know what you would like to use to let you know if there are any issues that might arise.

There are those who may not have seen a dermatologist for the condition. They would simply like to see if there are some things that they can do to counteract the effects of this skin condition, making it less sensitive and prone to irritation. Recommending specific products to you can be challenging because your skin may have other types of sensitivities beyond this condition. So, instead, we would like to give you some tips to help improve your skin condition.

Gently Cleanse Your Face Twice A Day

Let’s start with the most obvious. You want to make sure you clean your face twice a day. This will help remove any dirt, oils, or other debris that can cause your rosacea to become inflamed or irritated.

However, it is important that you use a gentle cleanser. Something that will not cause the condition to become more inflamed. One type of product can have a detrimental effect on your skin. This is why it is important that you find a rosacea friendly cleanser.
You should apply this cleanser gently using your fingertips while applying using a circular motion. Rinse the cleanser with lukewarm water, only using your fingertips. The pressure should be even and gentle to help protect your scalp.

Apply Moisturizer Every Day

It is imperative that you use our Moisturizer on your rosacea each day. This condition can cause your skin to become dry and irritable. A moisturizer can help to counteract the effects of the rosacea. It also can help to trap water in the skin, helping to keep it hydrated.

Many studies have concluded that the use of a moisturizer and wonders to limiting the effects of this disease. Long-term, this can significantly improve the look and feel of your skin. After just a couple of weeks of using a moisturizer, you will find that you will see a dramatic improvement in your skin. Once again, consult your doctor before using any specific moisturize.


Protect Your Skin from the Sun

One of the sad parts about rosacea is the impact of the sun. The UV light can irritate this condition making it more noticeable, irritable and red. However, you can do things to limit the effects of the sun on your skin condition.

You want to make sure you are using sunscreen that protects your skin. Even if you have darker skin, it is important that you use sunscreen if you are suffering from this condition. The sun will still have a damaging effect on your rosacea.

Choosing the right type of sunscreen, start finding one that contains zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, or both. This is important in protecting and nurturing your skin. You also want to make sure that it is fragrance-free and handle a broad spectrum of protection. The better the sunscreen, the better off your skin will be.


Choose Products That Are Good for Your Skin Condition

This seems like a no-brainer, but it is important to emphasize that the products you choose must not contain any compounds or chemicals that irritate your rosacea. This is important if you want to avoid irritating your skin. Now, most dermatologists recommend that you avoid using any products that contain:

  • Fragrances
  • Alcohol
  • Lactic Acid
  • Glycolic acid
  • Methanol
  • Camphor
  • Sodium lauryl sulfate

These are some of the significant products, but they are not the only ones. Look through the ingredients thoroughly to see if any compounds are contained within the products that can irritate your skin.

You should also consult your dermatologist to see what other chemicals they may recommend that you avoid. Not every rosacea is the same for every person, so getting recommendations for other chemicals that should be avoided is essential. If you do not have a dermatologist, do extensive research on chemicals to prevent your skin type. You know whether your skin has other issues, such as flaky, dried, or some other type of condition. Look for chemicals that you should avoid as well.


Test It Out!

One other tip we want to give to you is to test out a product before deciding to go all in. Put a small amount on a spot where rosacea is present. If possible, do it in a spot that is not visible to others, like under your shirt or another part of your body, avoiding your face if at all possible. See how your skin reacts. If there is no issue, then feel free to try it a little bit more. If you find that it irritates your skin, you may want to try something else.

Rosacea can be an irritating and aggravating condition, but it does not have to be the one that ruined your life. Use these simple tips and improve your skin condition, making your life and your skin feel a lot more comfortable.

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