Rosacea Skin Care – What’s News?


osacea is yet another skin condition without a known cause but new research suggests that it tends to have a hereditary factor in addition to a history of sunburns. The research was based on the study of 130 patients with moderate to severe cases of rosacea. The study showed that 34% of the patients had a family member with the condition and that 44% had blistering sunburns at least once.

The research conducted is a possible link to finding a cure. However, the study didn’t show whether sunburns cause the development of the condition or if people with rosacea are more affected by sunburns. Even so, it is recommended to use a sunscreen to protect the skin from possible damage.

The cause of this condition is still not known. People that suffer from this skin condition experience redness on different parts of their face which can be damaging to ones self-esteem. There are many treatments for rosacea that can help to keep the condition at bay.

Improving Rosacea with a Natural Treatment

Natural treatments for Rosacea are recommended because they use mild, but effective ingredients to keep the condition at bay. The secretion of the land snail Helix Aspersa Muller has been known to considerably improve rosacea. These are some of the benefits:

-Protects blood vessels and promotes unhindered blood flow by stimulating a proper release of fibrin.

-Promotes the development of healthy capillaries

-Stabilize the dilatation of capillaries that can otherwise cause dark red blotches on the skin.

Help Reduce Flushing

In addition to natural treatment creams, a good way of helping your skin is to stay away from factors that can trigger flushing. These are some of the things you should avoid:

-Alcoholic Beverages: You can still enjoy them, but try virgin drinks instead

-Hot Beverages: Such as coffee

-Spicy Foods: Stay away from harsh condiments

-Sun Exposure: Protect your skin with a Sunscreen

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