6 Effective Skin Care Tips For Rosacea Sufferers

Skin Care Tips For Rosacea Sufferers

As there is no permanent cure for rosacea, the most effective way to reduce the severity and frequency of flare-ups is to take appropriate care of your rosasea prone skin. Furthermore, proper skin care helps in preventing rosacea from worsening. Although the exact cause of the skin problem is often unclear, there are some common rosacea triggers such as consuming hot and spicy foods, extreme temperatures, drinking alcohol, exposure to heat and sunlight, stress and certain medications. Avoiding the triggers and following the right skin care routine can keep you free from the rosacea symptoms for a longer time.

Here Are The Most Effective Skin Care Tips For People Suffering From Rosacea:

Sunscreen

Exposure to sunlight triggers rosacea and worsens the existing rosacea symptoms. If your skin is susceptible to rosacea, always apply a sunscreen. While selecting a sunscreen, avoid products that contain chemical sun blockers. Instead opt for products that contain zinc oxide or titanium dioxide. Sunscreen containing niacin helps in reducing the symptoms of rosacea.

Sunscreen

Natural Moisturizer

People suffering from rosacea should regularly moisturize their skin. Skin dryness worsens the irritation and dryness, while moisturizing the skin helps in healing the rosacea symptoms and diminishes further flare-up. As certain ingredients in the store-bought moisturizers may irritate your skin, use a natural moisturizer such as jojoba oil, borage oil, chamomile oil, lavender oil or safflower oil. Apart from keeping the skin hydrated, the anti-inflammatory property of the natural oil helps in reducing the redness and inflammation.

Applying Moisturizer

Stay Away From Skin Drying Products

To protect your skin from rosacea flare-ups stay away from ingredients that make the skin dry such as menthol, witch hazel, eucalyptus oil, mint, alcohol and camphor.

Dry Skin

Gentle Cleanser

Always use a gentle cleanser to clean your rosacea prone skin. Avoid soaps and cleansers with additives and fragrance. Cleansers with salicylic acid can worsen your flare-ups. Do not scrub your skin while cleansing. Rinse with lukewarm water. To protect your sensitive skin from the chemicals in cleansers, use jojoba oil as a natural skin cleanser. Apply a small amount of jojoba oil to your face and with a moist cloth gently wipe your face.

Cleanser

Oatmeal, Yogurt and Green Tea Face Mask

A soothing face mask helps in reducing the redness of the skin. Combine three teaspoons of unflavored yogurt, three teaspoons of oatmeal, two teaspoons of apple cider vinegar and 1 ½-teaspoon of honey. Add three tablespoons of lukewarm green tea to the mixture and make a smooth paste. Apply the paste on your face and neck. Do not rub or massage your skin. Rinse with lukewarm water after 15 minutes.

Oatmeal, Yogurt and Green Tea Face Mask

Detox Clay Mask

To absorb the impurities from the skin, make a clay facial mask by mixing three tablespoons of Bentonite clay with two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and one teaspoon of honey. Add five drops of lavender essential oil and mix the ingredients well. Apply the paste on your face and rinse with lukewarm water after 15 minutes.

Bentonite clay mask