Rosacea Symptoms and Solutions
Of all the pain and indignities that come with Rosacea, few are more debilitating than going through your day with a red face.
Rosacea stings. The itching. The prickling heat. But the embarrassment of being always seen with that redness, and the fact that it usually hits the one area of the body that you just can't hide � the face � is just too much.
You can take some consolation in knowing that you're not alone. An estimated 14 million Americans suffer from rosacea, including some prominent figures. Bill Clinton, Mariah Carey and Rosie O'Donnell. Do those names ring a bell? They're all prone to rosacea.
According to the National Rosacea Society, 74% of rosacea sufferers have canceled social events because of an outbreak. That's a shame. More than that, it's unnecessary.
Rosacea Relief Serum is a scientifically formulated and highly efficient solution to rosacea. There is no cure for rosacea, but there is the relief. The makers of Rosacea Relief Serum believe you can minimize the symptoms of rosacea and prevent outbreaks in the first place with a little knowledge, self-awareness and proper planning. And in this article, you learn exactly how to do that, and why Rosacea Relief Serum is the best way to minimize and ultimately banish rosacea entirely.
To begin with, let's take a closer look at some common symptoms of rosacea. They include:
- bumps and pimples
- visible blood vessels
- eye irritation
- burning or stinging
- dry appearance
- skin thickening
Note that these symptoms don't always appear and once, but an outbreak will always include at least one of these symptoms. Of the millions of Americans who suffer from rosacea, many are unaware that they're susceptible. You're more at risk for rosacea if you have fair skin and are prone to blushing. Rosacea occurs more often in women than men but hits men with greater severity.
Rosacea primarily affects the face, with redness on the nose, skin, cheeks and forehead. Occasionally it will appear on the back, neck or chest.
While the cause of rosacea remains unknown, several theories exist. One theory is that rosacea is a disorder of the blood vessels. Another is that rosacea is an impairment of the connective tissues under the skin. In any event, we do know many of the factors that trigger rosacea, including:
- sun and wind exposure
- emotional stress
- hot or cold weather
- heavy exercise
- alcohol consumption
- hot beverages
Solutions for avoiding a rosacea outbreak? There are several. The obvious ones are to avoid these triggers. Sometimes that's possible, and sometimes it's not. You can't control the weather, but you can control your alcohol intake, or of hot beverages. You can use stress management techniques to manage stress. And you can limit heavy exercise.
Having said this, it's not always practical to avoid rosacea triggers, nor is it enjoyable if you like coffee or the odd glass of wine. Moderation helps of course, as does your basic physiology. If alcohol triggers your rosacea outbreaks, use discretion.
You might also do well to seek medical advice. A doctor can prescribe medications that reduce rosacea symptoms. Sometimes these are effective. There are also surgical procedures, in which surgeons remove the blood vessels responsible for redness in the nose and face. Emerging technologies involving lasers might help as well.
A less intrusive method, however, that's just as efficient and more affordable, is Rosacea Relief Serum. Scientifically formulated with the latest in skin-care technology, including Renovage�, which is clinically proven to reduce symptoms of rosacea in 90% of patients, Rosacea Relief Serum reduces redness, inflammation, spider veins and the embarrassment that comes with them.
What's more, Rosacea Relief Serum is specially formulated for people with hyper-sensitive skin, meaning it won't trigger an outbreak. You'll also find Rosacea Relief Serum may prevent outbreaks from even starting. All this without the need for a doctor prescription and the inflated bills that go with it.
Rosacea Relief Serum reduces the symptoms of rosacea and makes people feel good about their skin, their face, their life. Combined with the self-awareness of the symptoms and triggers of rosacea, it's an effective, unintrusive and affordable way to a rosacea-free life!
All the Best,
Joseph F. Botelho One Gram at a Time
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