Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin complaint that occurs in the central parts of the face, such as the forehead, cheeks and chin. Visible symptoms are shallow blood vessels, blushing, papules and sometimes even blisters. Swelling of the nose occurs, for example, especially in men. The disease usually affects people with sensitive, fair skin and people over 30 years of age. It is often confused with acne and can sometimes be mistakenly referred to as adult acne, as these skin complaints have similar symptoms. When you have rosacea, however, you rarely have blackheads, which is common with acne. The ailment is also not due to overproduction of sebum or the opening of the sebaceous gland being blocked.
Rosacea cannot be cured permanently, but the symptoms can be alleviated when it breaks out. Carefully treat the skin with mild products and select barrier-enhancing and anti-inflammatory ingredients. For example, turmeric oil has many beneficial, including anti-inflammatory, properties, and ceramides and cholesterol are barrier enhancing. Enhanced antioxidant protection against free radicals is also important and soothing ingredients such as bisabolol relieve symptoms such as redness.