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Treatment for Rosacea

What is Rosacea? It's a widespread and chronic condition characterized by facial redness and inflammation. It generally starts as redness across the central areas of the face - giving rise to inflamed and painful red cheeks, forehead, nose and chin that may be accompanied by small pimples and bumps.

It affects both men and women, although women are 3 times more at risk. It's also more common in the 30 to 60 years old age bracket. Genetics may play a role as it appears to run in families. 

If you're a victim, you are not alone. An estimated 16 million Americans suffer from the disorder. Some names may ring a bell: Former U.S president Bill Clinton, Rosie O'Donnell and Mariah Carey have all struggled with this uncomfortable disorder.

The condition itself is not dangerous. However, due to its effect on personal appearance, it may lower self-esteem and self-confidence. This may lead to psychosocial issues and other challenges e.g adverse effects on professional interactions, cancellation of social engagements or even absenteeism from work.

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Possible Causes and Symptoms of Rosacea

The cause is unknown. Health experts are not sure what causes it and as such there's no cure.  However, what is not in doubt is that it is more prevalent in fair skinned individuals (mainly Caucasians of north western European descent) and people with hypersensitive skin.

Simple visual examination by an appropriate health professional of the pattern of redness - the inflamed, painful red cheeks, forehead, chin and nose, on an individuals face is sufficient for diagnosis.

Some common triggers that may cause flare-ups include: Emotional stress, weather and temprature extremes, stimulants, vasodilator drugs, alcohol, caffeine, histamine rich foods and drinks (aged cheeses, yogurt, cured pork products such as ham, red wine, beer, etc.), hot flushes in women due to menopause, and heavy exercise.

Affected Individuals May Experience the Following:

  • Facial flushing episodes of the skin turning red - one of the earliest signs, and comes and goes over time.
  • Persistent redness resembling a sunburn or a blush that doesn't go away.
  • Pimples teeming with pus, and acne-like red hard bumps.
  • Inflammation of the small blood vessels just below the surface of the skin that cause it to appear red.
  • The eyes become irritated and appear bloodshot or watery, The eyelids may also become red and swollen. Corneal damage and loss of vision may  arise in severe cases.
  • Burning, itching and stinging facial sensations plus a feeling of tightness.
  • Elevated red patches (plaques).
  • Thickening of the skin on the nose due to enlargement caused by excess tissue build-up (rhinophyma). This is more common in men than women.

The severity of the condition intensifies as you age. This makes early identification of the disorder and taking precautionary measures to reduce outbreaks essential to its management.

Natural Treatment for Rosacea

This is your time to take back some control and reduce the pain and redness of this debilitating condition. Help is at hand with Skinception Rosacea Relief Serum. It is specifically formulated to address the causes, minimize symptoms and prevent outbreaks.

It provides immediate and long-term relief for dry, itchy and inflamed facial skin. Redness, inflammation and spider veins are drastically reduced. it's the best natural skin care treatment for the condition

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