Category Archives: "Rosacea and Flushing"
You apply moisturizer and apply moisturizer, and your skin is still dry. What is the deal? Why Dry Skin Doesn’t Respond When You Apply Moisturizer It’s natural to think that after you apply your moisturizer, your skin will feel softer and more comfortable. But that isn’t always the case. You may apply extra moisture and
Rosacea vs. eczema: do you know the difference? It can be confusing. The two skin conditions do have some things in common, but they have differences too. Whatever the case, if you’re suffering from one or the other—or even both—it can help to know more about them. Then you can target your skincare treatments to
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