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How to Cope with Rosacea

How to Cope with Rosacea

February 3, 2021

Rosacea is a common, chronic inflammatory condition whose onset can be mistaken for acne or sensitive skin. It’s a genetic condition that’s more common in those who have fair skin. For those who are affected by it, it’s a daily frustration.

There are a ton of triggers for Rosacea flare-ups, and as the temperature drops, Rosacea flare-ups may become more frequent due to many factors including physical, social, and environmental triggers. So, among the shifts of the weather, and tempting trigger foods, we thought it was the perfect time to share some of our expert tips to keep Rosacea triggers in check this season.

6 Tips for Dealing with Rosacea

Steer Clear of Spicy Foods

1. Avoid the Spice:

Steer clear of spicy foods that lead to flare-ups with ingredients such as red pepper, cayenne pepper, and paprika. Make healthy choices to avoid triggers and stay on track with your new year’s resolutions!

Steer Clear of Spicy Foods

1. Avoid the Spice:

Steer clear of spicy foods that lead to flare-ups with ingredients such as red pepper, cayenne pepper, and paprika. Make healthy choices to avoid triggers and stay on track with your new year’s resolutions!

Steer Clear of Spicy Foods

1. Avoid the Spice:

Steer clear of spicy foods that lead to flare-ups with ingredients such as red pepper, cayenne pepper, and paprika. Make healthy choices to avoid triggers and stay on track with your new year’s resolutions!

2. Monitor Alcohol:

We aren’t saying eliminate it altogether, but it can help to choose a chilled white wine over a warm red wine: warmer beverages tend to be a common trigger. Monitor which alcohol can cause a flare-up so that you may reduce intake or find a substitute.

Reduce Alcohol Intake to Avoid Rosacea

2. Monitor Alcohol:

We aren’t saying eliminate it altogether, but it can help to choose a chilled white wine over a warm red wine: warmer beverages tend to be a common trigger. Monitor which alcohol can cause a flare-up so that you may reduce intake or find a substitute.

Reduce Alcohol Intake to Avoid Rosacea
Reduce Alcohol Intake to Avoid Rosacea

2. Monitor Alcohol:

We aren’t saying eliminate it altogether, but it can help to choose a chilled white wine over a warm red wine: warmer beverages tend to be a common trigger. Monitor which alcohol can cause a flare-up so that you may reduce intake or find a substitute.

Protect Your Skin Against Dryness

3. Keep up with the SPF:

The weather may be chilly, but that doesn’t mean you should stop applying sunscreen, especially when varying climate changes trigger flare-ups. Be consistent with using a good SPF 30 or higher sunscreen and moisturize daily to protect your skin against dryness.

Protect Your Skin Against Dryness

3. Keep up with the SPF:

The weather may be chilly, but that doesn’t mean you should stop applying sunscreen, especially when varying climate changes trigger flare-ups. Be consistent with using a good SPF 30 or higher sunscreen and moisturize daily to protect your skin against dryness.

Protect Your Skin Against Dryness

3. Keep up
with the SPF:

The weather may be chilly, but that doesn’t mean you should stop applying sunscreen, especially when varying climate changes trigger flare-ups. Be consistent with using a good SPF 30 or higher sunscreen and moisturize daily to protect your skin against dryness.

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4. Be gentle on your skin:

Choose calming, skin-sensitive skin care products. Chamomile and aloe vera have great soothing ingredients for sensitive skin. Avoid harsh products that contain alcohol, peppermint oil, or witch hazel. One of our favorites is SkinCeuticals Phyto Corrective Masque!

Choose Skin-Sensitive Skin Care Products

4. Be gentle on your skin:

Choose calming, skin-sensitive skin care products. Chamomile and aloe vera have great soothing ingredients for sensitive skin. Avoid harsh products that contain alcohol, peppermint oil, or witch hazel. One of our favorites is SkinCeuticals Phyto Corrective Masque!

Choose Skin-Sensitive Skin Care Products
Choose Skin-Sensitive Skin Care Products

4. Be gentle on your skin:

Choose calming, skin-sensitive skin care products. Chamomile and aloe vera have great soothing ingredients for sensitive skin. Avoid harsh products that contain alcohol, peppermint oil, or witch hazel. One of our favorites is SkinCeuticals Phyto Corrective Masque!

Stress Management to Cope with Rosacea

5. Keep Calm, Stress Less:

Keeping your anxiety and stress levels low will prevent your mental state from triggering a physical reaction. Meditation, stress management, and a proper amount of sleep are key to coping with Rosacea.

Stress Management to Cope with Rosacea

5. Keep Calm, Stress Less: 

Keeping your anxiety and stress levels low will prevent your mental state from triggering a physical reaction. Meditation, stress management, and a proper amount of sleep are key to coping with Rosacea.

Stress Management to Cope with Rosacea

5. Keep Calm, Stress Less:

Keeping your anxiety and stress levels low will prevent your mental state from triggering a physical reaction. Meditation, stress management, and a proper amount of sleep are key to coping with Rosacea.

6. Follow Your Doctor’s Orders:

Topical gels, such as RHOFADE®, are your greatest aid in handling this cumbersome skin condition. There are a number of different types of Rosacea, which is why it’s best to see a medical professional for tailored treatment options.

See a Medical Professional to Avoid Rosacea

6. Follow Your Doctor’s Orders:

Topical gels, such as RHOFADE®, are your greatest aid in handling this cumbersome skin condition. There are a number of different types of Rosacea, which is why it’s best to see a medical professional for tailored treatment options.

See a Medical Professional to Avoid Rosacea
See a Medical Professional to Avoid Rosacea

6. Follow Your Doctor’s Orders:

Topical gels, such as RHOFADE®, are your greatest aid in handling this cumbersome skin condition. There are a number of different types of Rosacea, which is why it’s best to see a medical professional for tailored treatment options.

Acne Rosacea Treatment at Wilmington Dermatology Center

If you think you may have rosacea, or any other skin condition, don’t hesitate to schedule your appointment with one of the amazing providers at Wilmington Dermatology Center today! Call us at 910-256-4350 or easily schedule a FREE consultation online!