I also would recommend products from Odylique. Especially the products with Rose in as this is calming www.odylique.co.uk
I’d recommend The Face Planner products. They have all been developed with a dermatologist, so you know the ingredients are good quality. The results speak for themselves but I love The Super Hydrator serum and The Eye Brightener eye cream - nothing too abrasive or stripping in the formulas x
Wow so many of us have this problem!
I have gone back to using Kate Somerville serum (purple bottle) for sensitive skin which is a skin-saviour! So I’d definitely recommend that and also the face cleanser in that range is great too.
I’ve also started taking collagen to see if that helps at all.
I think a lot of mine is down to sugar… seems to be a huge trigger for me & like the lady with the gluten intolerance it can takes years to figure it out x
Hi, I was diagnosed with rosacea 3 years ago in my early thirties. As someone mentioned above, it’s best to uncover the root cause as everyone has different triggers. Lifestyle changes and a simple, consistent skin routine is best. I’d really recommend you visit a specialist. I found that everyone in the beauty industry wanted to ‘fix’ my rosacea and I was given such conflicting advice. Many therapists would offer a facial, which isn’t going to treat the condition. I found a skin specialist local to me who reduced my redness within a couple of weeks by recommending a very simple skin routine using Environ products. Years later I still follow the same routine. Everyone’s skin will be different so I would be cautious of running off to buy products recommended by others who don’t understand your skin condition. Using multiple different products likely won’t be helping either.
It might also be worth looking into your gut health as that impacts skin massively.
I am now pregnant and my rosacea has flared up again and I’m struggling to control it. It really shows that what is happening inside impacts us more than what we put on the outside of our skin.
Wishing you luck on your rosacea journey. It can be a challenging condition to live with. I have accepted that it’s something I will always need to manage and can still get frustrated with the flare ups. I hope you find what works for you and your skin