NATURAL REMEDIES FOR ROSACEA
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Natural Remedies and T...
Types of Rosacea
 Eritematotelangiektasis Rosacea is a type of rosacea with a
permanent facial redness. The patient's blo...
Causes of Rosacea
Currently, the cause of rosacea is still unknown. People with white
skin who tend to be more easily flus...
Main Symptoms of Rosacea
Common symptoms of Rosacea are redness on the cheeks, forehead,
chin and nose, but may appear on ...
Severe cases can cause damage to the cornea. Facial skin may become
rough, so it looks very dry.
Chronic Rosacea may exper...
Natural Treatments and Remedies for Rocacea
There are some natural treatments that can be used to heal Rosacea.
Maybe it's...
Cat’s Claw
Zinc
Grapeseed
Red Clover
Licorice
Feverfew
If you experience recurrent or persistent redness on the face or ot...
medicine normally used to control the symptoms. After a well-
controlled, topical treatment is used to ensure improved con...
antibiotics, to treat ulcers. Certain topical medications can help
minimize the redness too.
In some cases, modern laser t...
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Natural Rosacea Remedies and Treatment

Rosacea is a common skin condition that occurs on the face, especially on the cheeks and nose. The disorder is characterized by redness and sores containing something like pus. This condition is prolonged (chronic), looking like burning scar and clearly visible. Therefore, this condition affects one's physical appearance, the patient may experience psychological and emotional problems. There are many natural treatments and remedies for rosacea.
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  • 1. NATURAL REMEDIES FOR ROSACEA http://hugesoul.blogspot.com/2015/11/natural-remedies-for-rosacea.html Natural Remedies and Treatments for Rosacea - Rosacea is a common skin condition that occurs on the face, especially on the cheeks and nose. The disorder is characterized by redness and sores containing something like pus. This condition is prolonged (chronic), looking like burning scar and clearly visible. Therefore, this condition affects one's physical appearance, the patient may experience psychological and emotional problems. There are many natural treatments and remedies for rosacea.
  • 2. Types of Rosacea  Eritematotelangiektasis Rosacea is a type of rosacea with a permanent facial redness. The patient's blood vessels may be seen on the skin surface. The skin becomes scaly, dry and easily be flushed.  Papulopustular rosacea. Patients with this rosacea type have persistent redness of the face, sometimes there are bumps like pimples (pustules).  Fimatosa Rosacea. Associated with thickening of the skin.  Ocular Rosacea. In this type, the eyes are also affected and look red.
  • 3. Causes of Rosacea Currently, the cause of rosacea is still unknown. People with white skin who tend to be more easily flushed so it is believed to be the person at risk of suffering from Rosacea. Other triggers, such as climate change, exposure to excessive temperature, and sunburn. Specific components in the diet such as caffeine, alcohol and spices, can also cause this condition. Other triggers include stress and anxiety. Some drugs, such as topical steroids, can cause skin irritation which causes Rosacea. Exfoliation (peeling) with chemical, microdermabrasion treatment, tretinoin and benzoyl peroxide, which are all used to treat acne, it can also cause Rosacea. If you are using this medicine, it's better to reduce the dose gradually rather than stop it immediately, to prevent a sudden reaction or burning sensation.
  • 4. Main Symptoms of Rosacea Common symptoms of Rosacea are redness on the cheeks, forehead, chin and nose, but may appear on the ears, neck, chest and head. Redness is intermittent. Patients often experience redness and blushing. Over time, the redness becomes permanent, and can cause permanent skin changes. Depending on the type of Rosacea, some blood vessels can be seen, and small pimples or pus-filled sores on the face. In addition, plaque or patch up, swelling, and facial edema can also be experienced by the patient. Physical symptoms may be accompanied by burning, itching or stinging sensation. For people whose face is flushed, have a tendency to experience Rosacea. And this sign is usually the first sign of Rosacea. Acne or small solid or pus bumps are common. In many people with skin conditions, eye redness may appear, known as the real condition of rosacea. The skin around the eyes can become red and swollen.
  • 5. Severe cases can cause damage to the cornea. Facial skin may become rough, so it looks very dry. Chronic Rosacea may experience overgrowth of skin and connective tissue, especially on the nose. Rhinophyma is the result of a thickening of the skin over the nose, resulting in enlargement of the nose and nasal skin becomes distorted and speckled. Natural Remedies for Rosacea
  • 6. Natural Treatments and Remedies for Rocacea There are some natural treatments that can be used to heal Rosacea. Maybe it's the best choice you can try because natural is better than chemical. Cucumber Chamomile oil Apple Horse-Chestnut Aloe Vera Tea Tree Green Tea Oatmeal Rosehip Cold Compresses Apple Cider Vinegar Flaxseed Oil
  • 7. Cat’s Claw Zinc Grapeseed Red Clover Licorice Feverfew If you experience recurrent or persistent redness on the face or other symptoms of Rosacea and getting worse, then you should consult a dermatologist. These conditions are relatively similar to other common skin conditions such as acne. Dermatologist will check for this condition and can provide proper care. Treatment depends on the type of Rosacea that the patient has and the severity of the condition. The goal of this treatment is symptomatic, which is to reduce redness and facial injuries, and minimize the occurrence and severity of burns. Combined topical drugs and modern
  • 8. medicine normally used to control the symptoms. After a well- controlled, topical treatment is used to ensure improved conditions. Healing results are usually recorded after 1-2 months of treatment. Changes in lifestyle and good skin care is an important aspect in Rosacea treatment and remedies. It is advisable to avoid triggers, such as food or medicines that may cause a worsening of the condition. Minimizing sun exposure, use sunscreen regularly, a hat with a broad periphery, and an umbrella is also recommended. Skin care for patients with Rosacea including the use of gentle cleansers, sunscreens, and non-irritating moisturizer products. Rosacea patients with mild, on the other hand, can use cosmetics to cover up redness. Certain medications can be used to treat wounds caused by Rosacea. The treatment is smeared, can reduce pain and inflammation. Sometimes, topical treatment can be combined with the use of oral
  • 9. antibiotics, to treat ulcers. Certain topical medications can help minimize the redness too. In some cases, modern laser therapy is recommended. Intense pulse light (IPL) can reduce skin redness. Treatment with IPL uses light and heat to damage the small blood vessels located in the skin and allow the skin to heal itself. Sometimes Laser treatment is necessary to get optimal results. This action is relatively safe. Therapy as early as possible will give good results. Laser therapy does not require anesthesia, because it is relatively painless. In the case of Ocular Rosacea, you should consult further with eye doctor to relieve symptoms and prevent permanent damage to the eye and vision loss. Full info : http://hugesoul.blogspot.com/2015/11/natural-remedies-for-rosacea.html

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