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Tips that can help you control your rosacea.

Updated: Mar 6, 2023

Living with a skin condition like rosacea has been one of my biggest struggles.

and after years of trying a variety of different skincare products and not getting lucky, I just decided to create my own.

I knew that a skin condition like rosasea is what I call a smart skin. It detects every single ingredient that is harsh for any skin. But a normal skin won't feel it at first, and of course they don't turn red!

Here are some of the things I learned over the years!

The sun is your enemy!

Yep, going outside and have direct sun exposure will trigger rosacea and irritate your skin. I know it's great to get a sun tan, but you must avoid it directly in order to control your condition. It can eventually make it worse. Try to always use UV protection.

Be careful the shampoo you use.

Sometimes can fall on your face and some detergents of regular shampoo can cause irritation as well. Make sure the head is leaning back and no shampoo residue touches your face. Try switching to sulfate free shampoo.

Change your pillow case twice a week.

You must maintain a clean place on where you lay your face on and try to find a soft antibacterial pillow made out of bamboo. Get a pillowcase that can be soft and organic material.

Sulfate free face cleansing.

Rosacea skin dislikes detergents. Sulfate is a harsh chemical that can stripe away your natural skin oils, leaving it frågil and exposed to any particles in the air and can cause allergies, irritation and redness. Some preservatives can cause irritation. The more pure and nontoxic are your choices, the better it can be for the health of your skin.

@ we have a gentle face oil cleanser that combined with the sulfate free soap bar gives your skin a delicate wash and nourishing at the same time!

Your diet can contribute to flares!

Having an anti-inflammatory diet can help your skin.

Try incorporating more fruits like Cherries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, strawberries, oranges and pineapple, and fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel, tuna.

My favorite is olive oil, avocado & nuts! There great!!!

Green leafy vegetables like spinach, collards and kale are excellent. They contain vitamin K. Also you can eat broccoli and cabbage.

Try a homemade mask!

Time to pamper yourself with a simple oatmeal face mask. This mask acts like shield against irritants and can help reduce the inflammation in your skin.


Blend it, and apply directly to your skin. This powerful tropical fruit has so many benefits for the skin that can even reverse sun damage and regenerate cells!

apply for 10 minutes any of the ones I mentioned and rinse with room temperature water.

Well, I hope this information can be helpful and good luck!

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