Rosacea Skin 101: What You Can Do Naturally Through A Holistic Approach to Control the Symptoms

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Rosacea Skin 101: What You Can Do Naturally Through A Holistic Approach to Control the Symptoms

Frequent redness in the center of the face, focused-in on the cheeks, nose, forehead and chin area, sensitivity, and irritated ruddy appearance are usual symptoms of rosacea.

April is ROSACEA awareness month!

Rosacea is an extremely complex skin disease that is continuously being researched by scientists, who still have not been able to indefinitely claim what in fact causes rosacea.

Based on the account of millions in the United States alone that suffer from this skin disease, we can at least have a better understanding about the primary triggers and how to help decrease and lessen their symptoms.

Rosacea can only be diagnosed by a doctor, and unfortunately there is no cure for it, but the good news is that when its detected early, it is easier to moderate symptoms before the escalate and with consist care and a holistic approach, rosacea can successfully be managed and the symptoms minimized.

Scientists have categorized rosacea into 4 subtypes. To simplify and attempt to bring you more tangible value, we will only touch upon vascular and inflammatory rosacea which are the main ones that cause the redness and the bumps.

Vascular rosacea is believed to be the result of over-dilated capillaries that are transparent through the skin causing the visible red and web-like appearance.

Inflammatory rosacea also known as acne rosacea is a combination of redness, irritation, sensitivity and bumps combined with the underlying core issue of a disorder of the sebaceous glands or the oil glands. The problem is there is oil trapped in the glands which triggers an immune response, causing inflammation and bumps, known as papules or even pustules, filled with pus.

Rosacea skin is typically more sensitive and reactive which is one of the reasons it tends to appear flush and bumpy, especially when triggered by culprits like stress, diet, UV exposure, hormones or environmental changes to mention a few.


  1. Be Gentle With Your Skin
  2. Wear SPF
  3. Avoid Spicy Foods
  4. Keep Your Skin Appropriately Moisturized
  5. Meditate or Have a Form of Stress Relief
  6. Avoid Harsh or Irritating Chemicals
  7. Make Sure To Have Soothing & Capillary Repairing Ingredients in Your Daily Skin Regimen like Arnica Montana FlowerChamomile, Calendula, and Vitamin K to mention a few.


holistic approach is the number one most effective strategy to overcoming rosacea, and not allowing it to impact the quality of life. Monitor and try to limit or eliminate the things that you know trigger your rosacea flare ups.

Stick with a long term skin care regimen that works to meet your skin needs. The primary goals are to keep skin calm, nourished, moisturized and to help promote healthy micro-circulation.

We hear you, and understand how burdensome rosacea can be. This is why there is a special rosacea treatment protocol for professionals and a home care system devoted specifically to address and improve the symptoms of rosacea skin.

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