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11 Fantastic Home Remedies for Rosacea

Updated on January 26, 2011

Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that millions of Americans deal with everyday. This condition can affect anyone but fair-skinned people and women between thirty and sixty years of age seem to be the most susceptible.

Rosacea mainly affects the face but it can be found on the neck, ears, scalp and the upper parts of the chest. It can also appear around the eyes in some people.

There are four types of rosacea and it’s possible for someone to have more than one type at a time.

Flare-ups are the early stages of this condition and it causes redness and facial flushing. With inflammatory rosacea, pink bumps and pimples can appear along with the redness.

Men can develop rhinophyma. This is a condition that causes the nose to enlarge by swelling and thick, distorted looking bumps can appear.

Women can get a type of rosacea in which the number of flare-ups and swelling can increase until it becomes permanent.

There is no cure for rosacea but there are many home remedies available which can improve your condition and reduce the number of flare-ups you have.

These natural remedies have done wonders for many when it comes to improving their condition and it can do the same for you.

Here are 11 home remedies for rosacea to help reduce flare-ups and improve your skin condition:

  1. Chamomile
  2. Oatmeal
  3. Green Tea
  4. Vitamins B and C
  5. Red Clover
  6. Cold Compresses
  7. Rose Hips
  8. Aloe
  9. Apple Cider Vinegar
  10. Beta-carotene
  11. Acidophilus and Bifidus

Using home remedies for rosacea is a natural way of treating this condition, making it easier to live with.

It may even be possible to find a combination of natural skin care remedies that will almost completely eliminate the flare-ups.

It’s gentler on the skin than using many of the medications sold on the market today and you may even have some of them sitting in your kitchen cabinet already.

Therefore, not only are they convenient but most of these products are very affordable making it easy for anyone to have access to them.

Since everyone is different, you’ll need to try different home remedies for rosacea to discover which ones work for you the best but once you find the right products, you should see a big difference in your skin.

Natural home remedies for rosacea can soothe irritated skin, reduce redness and decrease inflammation, making it easier to live with this medical condition.


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