Home Remedies for Rosacea Treatment

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Rosacea is a common skin disorder that is often misdiagnosed as being acne, flushed skin, or a simple rash. The biggest problem with a misdiagnosis is that will not only be mistreating your condition, you will also be allowing it to get worse.



Rosacea symptoms include redness around the nose, cheeks and forehead. Small blood vessels can also appear in these areas which often resemble blushing, a tale-tale sign of rosacea.



Traditional Rosacea Remedies



As with eczema, rosacea does not have a cure. However, traditional remedies can be quite effective in treating it. Sometimes, rosacea can even go into remission for years or forever.



In order to help eliminate the capillaries that appear on the face, traditional remedies such as laser therapy are often used. Your doctor will also suggest that you avoid high temperature and humidity, which trigger rosacea flare-ups. And in some cases, he or she might may even prescribe rosacea products that can help reduce swelling, irritation, and redness.




Natural Home Remedies for Rosacea



You can also choose to use natural products and recipes to treat your facial rosacea. The use of soothing natural ingredients is the basis for any of the successful home remedy skin products. Here are some natural products and ingredients that may help.



Green tea is a very effective ingredient used in several skin care products. It contains polyphenols which are antioxidants that improve the health of the skin and body. Green tea can also reduce the number of red bumps and pustules that often appear on the face.



Azelaic acid appears to have antimicrobial properties that can help you reduce redness, papules, and pustules by slowing down the growth of skin bacteria. Azelaic acid cream has also been effective in reducing dryness, burning, and itching associated with rosacea. However, if you have sensitive skin you should be warned that this ingredient may cause a stinging sensation which is quite common, so be careful.



Niacinamide is a form of vitamin B3 that can be used as a dietary supplement or a topical cream. It is also believed that it can help improve the skin barrier, the skin's moisture level, and reduce inflammation.




A number of plants, herbs and plant derivatives are also used to treat rosacea. Licorice is a very soothing ingredient that can be used to treat rashes, dry skin and eczema. Other elements include rose hip oil, aloe vera and chamomile.



It is very common for people with rosacea to have indigestion. In fact, it was discovered that a deficiency of lipase is linked to both indigestion and rosacea. Which also means that lipase supplements can help treat both problems.

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