Thursday, 26 April 2018

5 Ways To Avoid Rosacea Flare Ups

 As we get older our skin changes a lot, I see it on my skin as I approach my mid-40s. We find that we are suffering from skin problems more than we ever did and perhaps that's down to being premenopausal and hormonal. Rosacea is the redness on your face looks like red spots are red blotchy in areas and almost looks as if you're embarrassed. But all that rosacea can look like sports it's quite different to acne because acne has blackheads and whiteheads whereas rosacea has redheads.  If you are suffering from rosacea then you will have to buy products are dry and sensitive skin so that you don't irritate your face anymore, don't be tempted to buy products for acne because you will find them too strong and they will sting on your face

Rosacea can be made worse with stress, weather changes, and hot baths or showers. To help with the rosacea here are a few more tips to make you feel more comfortable

  1. Use products for sensitive skin again I would recommend B. Pure micellar water as this is a general all-around cleanser and is perfect for your extra sensitive skin. Another great product to use is La Roche-Posay Rosaliac Anti-Redness Cream available from Superdrug.
  2. When it comes to make up you will want to fade away the red a little bit before you apply your foundation. You can do this by using a green colour corrector or concealer. You can buy these as powder screens or liquids if your skin is dry then you will benefit more from using a liquid colour corrector as it will blend away more into your face. Green is the opposite of red on the colour spectrum and it neutralises the Reading get you a better-looking base for when you apply the foundation and ultimately apply your cosmetics. Colour correctors start as low as 3 pounds for Make Up Academy one available in Superdrug.
  3. Food can be a trigger to aggravate rosacea, so work out what could be causing a rosacea flare up and cut it from your diet. This should help to ease the condition
  4. Find a way to cope with stress, I know it's easier said than done but it really will help. Close your eyes, take a deep breath and count to ten. This should help you feel calmer and avoid the flare up
  5. Any heat at all will produce a flare-up, so avoid saunas, hot holiday destinations and hot showers and baths. 



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