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Learn About Rosacea Products and Symptoms During Rosacea Awareness Month

Learn About Rosacea Products and Symptoms During Rosacea Awareness Month

Many individuals with facial redness, blotchiness, irritation and itching may be suffering from rosacea, one of the most common facial skin conditions, without even realizing it. To spread awareness about this condition, LovelySkin.com is celebrating Rosacea Awareness Month this April with tips on how to spot symptoms of rosacea and advice on choosing the correct rosacea products.

Rosacea is characterized by a red or flushed complexion sometimes accompanied by bumps and irritation. It is estimated that 16 million people in America experience the symptoms of rosacea and many are not being treated for this condition. The cause is unknown, although individuals with fair skin tones are at a greater risk of developing rosacea. While there is no cure for this condition, there are several rosacea products that can help diminish painful symptoms and reduce the likelihood of rosacea flare-ups.

If you experience symptoms of rosacea on a regular basis, consult a physician to determine how to treat your condition. A dermatologist such as Joel Schlessinger MD can recommend treatment products and lifestyle changes that can minimize your symptoms.

Like other facial skin conditions, rosacea can cause sensitivity to many skin care ingredients including dyes and fragrances. Joel Schlessinger MD recommends avoiding products with harsh chemicals or ingredients to minimize irritation. Rosacea products from skin care lines such as Epionce, Avène and La Roche-Posay contain soothing ingredients that calm inflammation and restore the balance of your skin.

Because rosacea causes sensitivity, it is important to wear a sun protection product daily to shield your delicate complexion. You may also want to avoid perfumes and fragrances that can cause stinging, burning and itching for sensitive, rosacea-prone complexions.

Discover more rosacea skin care products and learn how to treat this and other facial skin conditions at LovelySkin.com.

About the Author

Marie is a content writer and social media strategist who has worked at LovelySkin since 2012. She loves scouring the internet for the latest hair and makeup how-to videos and talking about her number one must-have skin care product - sunscreen!

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