Tips to Treat Rosacea
Rosacea-prone facial skin is extremely sensitive, and rosacea-prone complexions are either soothed or extremely-irritated by many common skin care products. If you want want to treat your rosacea, you are all too familiar with the struggle.
How many new and exciting products have you tried that left your skin red and stinging, or covered with rosacea pimples?
When you travel and use unfamiliar hotel products, how many times has your skin complained and become a struggle?
I have a complete skin care routine to support the sensitive, rosacea-prone complexions in my dermatology practice. Because rosacea often co-exists with facial seborrheic dermatitis, I have a way to keep skin looking nice in spite of that frustrating skin problem, too.
I share my tips in this latest video. Learn the products my patients rely on for their rosacea skin care. These are the same products I use too for my own sensitive rosacea and seborrhea prone facial skin.