Category Archives: "Rosacea and Flushing"
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
In most areas of the country, winter weather has tightened its grip. Cold air, harsh winds, snow, and freezing rain together with indoor heating systems can spell doom for your skin. Fortunately, you don’t have to spend this part of the year with itchy, irritated, red and dull skin. Below are five common skin conditions
Do you have sensitive skin? How would you know? Most of us figure that if our skin reacts to certain products, develops inflammation or acne easily, or gets dry and irritated at the drop of a hat, we have sensitive skin. But that’s not always the case. If you think you have sensitive skin, you
Are you feeling it? The holidays are nearly upon us, and that means you may be feeling higher-than-normal levels of stress. Stress can affect you anytime, but surveys show it tends to rise at this time of year. We don’t want to add to it, but here’s something you may not have known: all that