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Rosacea cream

Rosacea is a skin disease characterized by hyperemia, dilation of small and superficial vessels on the face and the formation of papules and pustules. Unfortunately, this disease is very common and often chronic. That is why, to avoid recurrence, it is very important to take care of the skin properly.

One of the forms of treatment is the use of a rosacea cream. Rosacea creams are used to eliminate facial redness, inflammation and irritation. There are two main types of rosacea that can benefit from the cream: erythematotelangiectatic rosacea (ETT) and acne rosacea.

Dilated blood vessels near the surface of the skin cause the characteristic redness of the skin in rosacea conditions. When the blood vessels dilate, increased blood flow under the skin becomes more noticeable. Rosacea creams are an effective skin care that reduces redness, swelling and the appearance of dilated blood vessels under the skin's surface.

Moisturizing is another important skin care step in any skin care routine. However, for those suffering from rosacea, it is important to choose a moisturizing rosacea cream that creates a protective nutrient barrier between the skin and environmental stressors to eliminate sensitivity and irritation.

Common ingredients in creams for rosacea

The first ingredient is azelaic acid. Cream with azelaic acid is often more pleasant and less irritating to the skin.

Another ingredient for rosacea cream is retinol. However, this option is not suitable for everyone, so you should consult your skin therapist.

Vitamin C and niacinamide help even skin tone, moisturize and brighten.

For skin with rosacea, it is important to use rosacea cream with sun protection on a regular basis.

Expert advice: which products can irritate rosacea skin

Skin with rosacea is very sensitive, so the American Dermatology Society recommends that people with rosacea avoid creams with fragrances, dyes, alcohols, camphor, glycolic and lactic acids, menthol, urea and SLS. If you suddenly notice that your skin is irritated - itchy, burning or red - the mentioned substances in your skin care may be the cause.

Rosacea creams are usually combined with other types of treatments.

There are a number of topical treatment methods including rosacea creams. Because rosacea has many possible causes and is usually a complex disease, rosacea cream is only one approach. A comprehensive complex of targeted treatments and rosacea skin care products seems to be the most effective, since the exact cause of the disease is still unclear.

Skin therapists recommend undergoing a combination of treatments in addition to topical rosacea creams. This includes:

  • Laser resurfacing, a minimally invasive treatment that stimulates the growth of new, healthy cells.
  • Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatments, a type of phototherapy that uses light with specific wavelengths to treat visible veins and capillaries under the skin.
  • Microcurrent therapy that uses a small electrical current to shrink visible blood vessels.
  • Chemical peeling for rosacea, a treatment that involves peeling off the top layer of skin with a special acid to reveal a new, fresh layer.

For sensitive skin with rosacea, we recommend doing a test

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