Dealing with rosacea is not a fun experience. AN outbreak can leave a person’s skin feeling itchy and irritated. In most instances, the skin has a burning or stinging sensation. This condition is about more than just reddening of the face. It can lead to serious, permanent damage. When it breaks out in red domed bumps, especially on the nose, these bumps can become permanent. It’s not like dealing with teenage acne.
Ways to Manage
Doctors claim that since there is no cure for the disease that the best way people can help themselves is by tracking their outbreaks or flare ups. This can be done by keeping a journal or a calendar. Marking down when and where a breakout occurred can help lead to the why. Get a control on the whys and people can live a little easier.
Some things people with rosacea should avoid:
● Extreme temperature changes
● Bad cosmetics
● Hot weather
● Stressful situations
● Too much sun exposure
● spicy food
By far the biggest enemy is temperature. While it is a no brainer to think about how damaging the sun can be, people often overlook the effects of being out in the cold.This temperature stress can lead to more breakouts of red domed bumps and dilated blood vessels on the face. In some advanced cases people may develop a red lobulated nose.
No More Burning and Stinging
Using natural products is a good way to handle rosacea. Remember there is no cure so the best thing to do is to treat the symptoms. This means Vitamin E for the damaged skin and a nice moisturizer like eucalyptus to soothe the skin.
People who have a daily skin care regimen have reported fewer rosacea breakouts. This is something to consider and can work hand-in-hand with keeping a journal.