Best Rosacea Skin Care Routine

Best Rosacea Skin Care Routine Steps

Rosacea skin care routines should include ingredients that treat inflammation and should not contain ingredients that make your face sting.  The best rosacea skin care regimen is only the best skin care regimen if it is tailored to your skin’s needs. Rosacea is one of 4 types of sensitive skin as is caused by skin inflammation. You can learn more about rosacea here.

Rosacea Skin Care Routine Steps:

Morning Rosacea Skin Care Regimen

  1. Rosacea Cleanser that is right for your Baumann Skin Type®
  2. Eye cream to protect the eye area. (rosacea can affect the eyes and make them red and cause eye burning)
  3. Rosacea Treatment product.  Maybe be a rosacea cream or gel depending upon your skin type
  4. Soothing Moisturizer
  5. Mineral (physical) sunscreen. Tint can help hide redness

Evening Rosacea Skin Care Regimen

  1. Gentle Makeup Remover to remove SPF and makeup
  2. Rosacea Cleanser that is right for your Baumann Skin Type®
  3. Eye cream to protect the eye area. (rosacea can affect the eyes and make them red and cause eye burning)
  4. Rosacea Treatment product.  Maybe be a rosacea cream or gel depending upon your skin type
  5. Soothing Moisturizer

I know- you wanted to know the best rosacea skin care products to use.  We cannot tell you that until you take the skin type quiz.  We need to know what else is going on.  Do you have rosacea and dry skin- or do you have rosacea and oily skin?  Is your skin even toned or does it have dark spots and rosacea?  Do you need antiaging products that are safe for rosacea? Before we can give you skin care advice on your rosacea skin care routine- we need to know more about your skin type.

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10 Skin Tips About Rosacea Skin Care:

  1. Friction makes rosacea worse.
  2.  Use a gentle makeup remove to help remove sticky SPF
  1. Everyone has different rosacea triggers. Learn yours and avoid them
  2. Most people with rosacea notice that their face stings after washing their face- even if they wash their face with water.
  3. Many moisturizers can sting the skin if you have rosacea
  4. Chemical sunscreens can sting the skin if you have rosacea
  5. Sun exposure can worsen rosacea
  6. Use fragrance free laundry detergent on your sheets and pillowcases
  7. Avoid essential oils because the fragrance can irritate rosacea skin types
  8. Consider probiotics because studies show the microbiome affects rosacea.

There are other ways you can help decrease the inflammation that causes rosacea.  Your entire body plays a role in rosacea because it is a disease of inflammation.  In fact, those that have rosacea are at a higher risk for diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, and other inflammatory diseases.  That is why you need to begin trying to reduce inflammation in your body now.

10 Tips To Reduce Inflammation

  1. Get 7 + hours of sleep per night
  2. Mediate or do yoga or another relaxing activity once a day
  3. Add anti inflammatory foods like salmon, argan oil and flax seed oil to your diet
  4. Avoid your rosacea triggers which may be heat, alcohol, spicy food or hot beverages and food.
  5. Use a body cream to reduce overall skin inflammation.
  6. Avoid friction on the face when possible
  7. Avoid perfumes and fragrances
  8. Eat fruits and vegetables to normalize your microbiome
  9. Take probiotics
  10. Reduce sugar

Rosacea skin care routines should consider your lifestyle habits, rosacea severity and other barriers to skin health.  For example- if your skin is dehydrated it will be very difficult to clear up rosacea because dehydration leads to inflammation. Once you have a personalized skin care routine for rosacea- use it every single day as prescribed.  It is the everyday consistency of soothing cosmeceutical ingredients that improves rosacea.  Using the best skin care product for rosacea one time will not do the trick.  You need the best rosacea skin care routine every single day. Be patient.  It may take 4-8 weeks to see results – so stick with it.  It is not easy to get rid of inflammation so hit it from all angles at once.  

If your rosacea is not improved in 8 weeks, see your dermatologist for prescription rosacea medication or a rosacea treatment like the vascular laser or intense pulsed light. Find a STS approved medical provider here.

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