What does it mean to have rosacea?
If you’re suffering from rosacea, you’re not alone.
Rosacea is a common skin condition that typically affects people over 30. It can often be confused with acne, but it’s an entirely different condition. Rosacea causes redness, and usually affects the nose, cheeks and forehead. It’s confused for acne because it can cause small red bumps and pimples on the face.
How do you know if you have rosacea? Asides from the typical redness, it can also lead to breakouts. This is typically found in middle age women and rosacea generally affects those with fairer skin. Rosacea can also cause your skin to harden and for blood vessels around the nose to enlarge.
The good part is, it’s treatable. But what causes rosacea?
The causes vary, much like the symptoms. Eating spicy food, drinking alcohol, as well as an intestine bacteria called helicobacter pylori and be causes of the skin condition.
Unfortunately, rosacea cannot be cured, but it can be treated with the right products and lifestyle. It’s important to cut out high dosages of foods that lead to the skin condition, while actively treating it with gentle yet effective products.
If you’re using products that are not from the Salima brand, be mindful that none of the ingredients are harsh chemicals, like alcohol, which can cause further irritation.
The hyper pigmentation kit from the Salima Skin Solutions line is gentle yet medically based kit that works together to treat and nourish your skin. When we think about skin conditions, we’re often focused on treating it rather than preventing. Our brand is committed to both treating, preventing and healing.
So here is what we recommend. The hyper pigmentation kit is a treatment that will not only treat your skin, but also prevent future breakouts. The cleanser, exfoliant and toner are all gentle enough to not further irritate your skin, and the moisturizer and night cream will nourish your skin to health. And of you have rosacea, it’s important to always protect your skin with sunblock that’s included in the kit.
Rosacea, like acne, is a condition that cannot be cured, but it can be treated as long as your mindful of your lifestyle and skincare routine. For questions, we’re always here to help.
The Salima Team