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Rosacea Creams - Which One Works Best?

Updated on September 9, 2013
Rosacea skin condition
Rosacea skin condition

Rosacea is a very common disorder of the facial skin. It's characterized by a red rash-like appearance of the skin, most often affecting the nose, cheeks, and forehead. It's not contagious. Millions of people all over the world suffer from this chronic skin condition. It strikes both sexes and all ages, but tends to be more common in women, although more severe in men. Unlike acne, you don't outgrow it.

Rosacea is a long lasting and persistent condition with periodic ups and downs. Although the underlying causes are unknown and there is no real cure, there are ways to control the symptoms and reduce negative impact that it can have on one's life.

One way to do this is with creams and topical products. If you suffer from rosacea, the first thing you should try are natural and holistic treatments. Laser treatment, for example, should only be considered as a last resort. One of the best solutions for controlling rosacea symptoms is ProPLEXIN.


Rosacea Signs and Symptoms

The signs and symptoms of rosacea vary from person to person. The severity also varies. Here are some of the most common signs and symptoms:

  • Persistent redness on the face, most commonly on the cheeks, nose, and forehead
  • Small visible blood vessels
  • Flushing
  • Papules and pustules
  • Watery or irritated eyes

Most people with rosacea experience periods of remission between flare-ups. Rosacea almost never causes scarring or any permanent damage to the face.

If you have rosacea, try to avoid some of the most common triggers. This can greatly reduce the severity and frequency of the symptoms.

Preventive measures:

  • Try to avoid sun and cold windy weather
  • Don't wash your face with harsh or abrasive cleansers
  • Avoid stress
  • Avoid alcohol and spicy foods

Best Cream

Today, there are many rosacea creams on the market. Some are prescription only and others are available over the counter. Some are good, some are not so good. People, of course, want to know which one is the best, but there is no definite answer to this question. No skin is the same, so the answer varies from person to person. The best approach is to try different brands and see what works best for you.

For many, ProPLEXIN is the solution that works. If you want to learn more about this, visit and read what other people have to say about it.

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