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Keep skincare simple to battle rosacea

Sun damage can also play a role in rosacea

by hellomagazine.com

While acne is one of the most common skin conditions to affect adults, rosacea is another that can cause confidence and self-esteem issues for many. Many sufferers splurge on dozens of products which boast that they can cure the condition, which results in redness, pimples, swelling, and small and superficial dilated blood vessels. However, when it comes to treating rosacea, it's a case of the simpler, the better.

"If you have sensitive skin that is prone to redness and rosacea it's always best to keep your skincare routine simple and not use too many different ingredients on your skin," Denise Rabor, International Make-up Artist and Founder of WOW Beauty, tells us. Denise recommends using sunscreen regularly because "sun damage can play a role in rosacea", and adds: "In terms of other skincare products, try to use gentle ones like gentle cleansers and face washes that will not be as irritating and will soothe inflamed skin and when choosing a moisturiser, try to opt for one that's calming and has anti-inflammatory benefits."

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Among those Denise recommends is Avene's Antirougeurs Fort Relief Concentrate face cream and Clarins Extra Comfort Cleansing Cream. Or you can try helping from within, by taking ZENii Clear Skin supplements. These tablets are the ultimate skin health and immune booster designed to give those struggling with inflamed or problem skin all the micronutrients they need to heal and recover. Containing Zinc, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Omega 3 and probiotics, this really is the perfect formula to help support immunity from within and promote healthy cell membrane function

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