Category Archives: "Rosacea and Flushing"
You may have seen the headlines online or on social media: Is rosacea an autoimmune disease? The simple answer is, we don’t know yet. There have been some studies over the past few years, though, that have suggested there may be a link. If you have rosacea, this is something you should know. After all,
If you’re unlucky enough to suffer from skin redness, you know that it’s no small thing. Results from a 2014 survey showed that people with rosacea (a skin condition that causes redness) were more likely to be judged negatively upon first impression compared to those with clear skin. A similar survey of over 8,300 people
Your skin is sore, sensitive, severely dry, and red, and it’s crying out for a healing balm. If you find the right one, you’ll experience relief within hours, but that’s not always easy to do. Many so-called healing balms are made with petrolatum, which can do your skin more harm than good. (Our CV Skinlabs
Winter weather is bad for all types of skin, but if you have rosacea, you’re likely to notice even more trouble when the snow starts to blow. Find out why winter can be a trigger for rosacea and how to protect your skin. Winter Weather Can Trigger Rosacea The National Rosacea Society (NRS) states that