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Natural Rosacea Solutions: A Holistic Approach

Delve into the distinct features of rosacea, pinpoint potential triggers, and embrace holistic strategies for achieving healthier, radiant skin. Learn how to naturally manage rosacea and enhance your overall skin wellness.

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Holistic Support

Soothing Relief

Skin Repair

Natural Ingredients

Anti-Inflammatory

Holistic Support

Soothing Relief

Skin Repair

Natural Ingredients

Anti-Inflammatory

Holistic Support

What Is Rosacea?

Rosacea is a skin condition known for redness, swelling, and occasional flare-ups on the face. It often results in redness, small pimples, and may even cause the nose to swell. Visible blood vessels and eye irritation can also occur. Rosacea typically starts after age 30, and its exact cause remains unknown.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), it's linked to excessive heat accumulation in the lungs, liver, and stomach channels. To address it effectively, detoxifying the body is considered a crucial step to eliminate toxins and prevent future issues.

Understanding Rosacea

Misdiagnosis and Persistence

Many people mistake rosacea for sensitive skin or acne, but it's a persistent condition that worsens without treatment.

Possible Causes and Aggravating Factors

The exact cause of rosacea is unknown, but it's believed to involve genetic factors and heightened facial inflammation triggered by blushing or flushing. This can lead to acne-like bumps.

Demographics and Risk Factors

Rosacea primarily affects fair-skinned individuals aged 30 to 50. It's more common in women but can be severe in men, especially those of Scottish, Irish, or English descent, or with a family history of rosacea. Blushing easily and menopause can also be risk factors.

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What Are The Triggers?

While the cause of rosacea is unknown, researchers have determined that there are triggers that can cause flares

Frequent or
easy blushing

Certain prescription
medications

Embarrassment, fear,
anxiety and/or stress

Exposure to
the sun or heat

Strong or brisk wind