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Managing Rosacea: Tips to Soothe and Improve Your Skin (Part 3 of 3)

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Managing Rosacea: Tips to Soothe and Improve Your Skin (Part 3 of 3)

Living with rosacea means being diligent about avoiding triggers. While the process can be daunting, there are several things you can do to reduce the likelihood of irritation. In our earlier articles, we explored ways to change your routine,  ingredients to avoid, and products that can make a difference. In this final installment, we have three more recommendations that may make your skin happier and less apt to revolt in both the short- and long-term. Dump Your Razor If you, your husband, or your son has rosacea, then daily shaving can be difficult. Dragging a blade across your skin is...

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Managing Rosacea: Tips to Soothe and Improve Your Skin (Part 2 of 3)

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Managing Rosacea: Tips to Soothe and Improve Your Skin (Part 2 of 3)

Earlier this month, we discussed three ways to reduce potential skin irritation when dealing with rosacea. Everything from food to stress can impact your skin’s sensitivity, and skincare products are no exception. Medical grade skincare that is designed to soothe redness, calm inflammation, and strengthen your moisture barrier can make a substantial difference in your skin’s health. Read on to learn how to select the best cleanser, serum, and moisturizer for your skin. Invest in a Gentle Cleanser According to a survey conducted by the National Rosacea Society, “41 percent [of the people asked] reported that certain skin-care products aggravated...

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Rosacea: Learn What to Look For and Where to Seek Help

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Rosacea: Learn What to Look For and Where to Seek Help

When is a rosy glow more than just a sign of a person in love? The answer may surprise you. In the U.S., more than 16 million people suffer from a condition called rosacea that causes “significant psychological, social and occupational problems if left untreated.” Although it can develop at any age, most sufferers are over 30 and have chronic facial redness that looks like a sunburn. The good news is that rosacea is manageable, so it’s important to know what to look for and where to go for help. Since April is Rosacea Awareness Month, we’ve dedicated this post...

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The Top 3 Medical Devices For Skin Rejuvenation

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The Top 3 Medical Devices For Skin Rejuvenation

"There is no shame in wanting to age naturally or wanting to 'age gracefully' with a little help from products or procedures." —Mel Robbins When it comes to aging gracefully, we live in an exciting time. Technology has given us so many ways to turn back the clock. As the new year gets under way, you may be thinking about investing in a skin care treatment to remove dark spots, minimize blood vessels, or improve the appearance of acne scarring. With so many options to choose from, it can be difficult to know which procedure is best for your needs....

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Are Your Red, Rosy Cheeks a Sign of Rosacea?

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Are Your Red, Rosy Cheeks a Sign of Rosacea?

On a windy winter day, cheeks always look a bit flushed. Between the wind and the cold, your skin responds by sending blood to the surface. But what if your rosy glow doesn’t disappear after a few minutes inside? If you commonly have redness across your cheeks or on your nose, forehead, or chin, you may be dealing with rosacea, a very common skin condition that occurs in both men and women. Rosacea can come and go, but it’s not curable, so learning what you can do to prevent flare ups or treat them makes a big difference. Symptoms Vary From...

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