Treatment advice - Rosacea
Crucial to the success of the treatment of rosacea is first of all recognizing the skin condition. Some people indicate the inflammation as acne, but it is absolutely not: the skin with rosacea should be treated as sensitive skin, not as impure skin.Read more
Crucial to the success of the treatment of rosacea is first of all recognizing the skin condition. Some people indicate the inflammation as acne, but it is absolutely not: the skin with rosacea should be treated as sensitive skin, and absolutely not as impure skin.
The skin with rosacea is not greasy, but dry. The skin's barrier function is disrupted and skincare should therefore be aimed at restoring the skin barrier so that the skin can better protect itself against harmful external influences. In addition, avoid using hot water when showering or washing the face and gently pat your skin dry afterwards.
Calm and nourish your skin by treating it with a vitamin cocktail. The Multi-vitamin Serum offers a wide spectrum of vitamins and has a fresh texture. You can also opt for a serum with hyaluronic acid. This helps repair skin damage and retain moisture.
Always ensure that your day cream contains an SPF-20 so that your skin is sufficiently protected against the harmful effects of UV radiation. With rosacea the skin is particularly sensitive to this and good protection is therefore extra important. Protect your skin with a rich cream against external factors such as wind and cold. The olive oil & honey day cream with SPF-20 is a green cream with sufficient SPF that is very suitable for dry, sensitive skin.
To make rosacea less noticeable, you can use a BB cream. This camouflages redness and unevenness on the skin, contains an SPF-30 and has a moisturizing effect. The BB cream is available in Light and Medium. However, if you suffer from inflammation, we advise you to first focus on calming the skin by means of the other advised products and limit the use of BB cream.
The Avocado/Aloe Vera 24H Face Cream is basically a day and night cream, but we always recommend it as a night cream to people with rosacea, because it only contains a UV filter and not SPF 20. It is a rich cream that soothes the skin and moisturizes intensively.
Use a mud mask once a week. This calms and purifies your skin and provides the skin with trace elements that help repair and calm the skin barrier. After removing the mask, pat the skin with the alcohol-free facial tonic.