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Rosacea Treatment

Rosacea is a skin disorder that causes facial redness and other symptoms. It is sometimes mistaken for acne, but Rosacea is actually an entirely different condition. Rosacea is sometimes called "adult acne" or "Rosacea acne". It is a condition that typically affects adults ages 30 to 60. If you are not sure whether or not you have Rosacea, we suggest viewing our Acne Rosacea page and taking a close look at the symptoms. In this article we will suggest a couple Rosacea treatment products and some tips for further fighting the condition.

What do you suggest for treating Rosacea?
We proudly promote two different Rosacea treatment products. This Rosacea kit includes one tube of Rosaderm and a bottle of Phytome. The Rosaderm works to promote skin growth, reduce redness and irritation, and reduce scarring. Phytome is a health supplement that supports the Rosacea treatment and protects your skin from pollutants in the air. We also promote the Rosacea skin support system by Zenmed. Zenmed's treatment is a topical solution consisting of purely botanical ingredients. It works on mild and severe Rosacea and includes a 60 day money back guarantee. Zenmed offers two different Rosacea treatment kits, one for oily skin, and another for dry. Both of Zenmed's kits contain face wash and post-treatment.

What can I do to compliment those treatments?
If you want to guarantee that the product you purchase will treat your skin to the best of it's ability, then you want to take some of these precautions.
  • When purchasing makeup or facial products, try to only buy the ones that state "oil-free" or "non-comedogenic". These products won't clog your pores.
  • Avoid touching your face. Every time you touch your face, you are smearing oils and pollutants into your skin.
  • Wear sunscreen when you go outside. SPF 15 or higher is suggested.
  • If you use moisturizer, apply it after the cream or medication has dried.
  • It helps to maintain a healthy diet and avoiding certain foods and beverages. View our acne diet article.
Rosacea normally comes in spurts; making it hard to treat. First, the condition will seem severe and unbearable. After a while it will seem to fade as though it has been cured. This, however, is not the case; frequently it will come back just as severe as before and will continue the process. The best way to counter this is to stay on the Rosacea treatment even during the period that it seems cured.