What is Rosacea?
Rosacea is chronic but treatable condition that primarily affects the face, neck and chest and that genetics play a major role in whether you’ll get it. It is often characterized by flare-ups and remissions. Although rosacea may develop in many ways and at any age, patient surveys indicate that it typically begins any time after age 30 as flushing or redness on the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead that may come and go. Rosacea is estimated to affect at least 16 million people in the United States alone and approximately 45 million worldwide.
We all have tiny blood vessels under the surface of our skin that are part of our vascular system. In people with rosacea, the blood vessels overcompensate, causing excess flushing as a response to a host of triggers, including cold weather, embarrassment, the sun, drinking alcohol or spicy food. Oft-times rosacea resembles a rash, with redness or a web of small red lines appearing. Some people with rosacea might also experience bumps, inflammation, swelling and/or a burning sensation. In rare cases the skin on the nose thickens, causing it to appear bulbous.
Natural Ways to treat Rosacea
- Use Natural Moisturizers and Cosmetics Products
- Wear Sunscreen Every day
- Manage Stress Levels
- Consult to your Doctor About Medication Options
- Identify any triggers in your diet.
These are the best foods for healing Rosacea:
- Organic Vegetable and Fruit
- High-quality Proteins
- Healthy Fats
- Anti-Inflammatory food and herbs
- Try Supplements and Essential Oils that can help Rosacea