Rosacea & Sensitive Skin: 5 Ingredients To Calm Down Stressed Out Skin

Posted by Victoria Sorrell on

Rosacea and sensitive skin can be two very different things, although some people may not realise it. Rosacea is the name of an inflammatory skin condition that produces facial redness, bumps and pimples on the cheeks, nose and forehead, as well as a burning or stinging sensation when exposed to certain triggers such as sunlight or certain spicy foods. Sensitive skin refers to having skin that’s more susceptible to irritation from common cosmetics such as soaps, moisturisers and makeup products, as well as detergents, other cleaning supplies and even hot weather.

1) Aloe Vera Gel
Aloe Vera gel is soothing, cooling and anti-inflammatory. It helps hydrate your skin and relieve irritation. In addition to treating Rosacea, aloe vera has anti-aging benefits because it improves skin cell turnover and hydrates from within.

2) Cucumber
Cucumber is extremely soothing and light. It is a natural astringent that helps reduce oil production, while leaving skin soft and smooth. Rich in vitamins A, B, C and K, cucumber will help even out your skin tone and moisturise dry areas. With regular use of cucumber as an ingredient in your products it can help reduce wrinkles due to dehydration.

3) Rosehip Oil
Rosacea-prone skin is sensitive, so it’s important to use ingredients that are gentle. Rosehip oil is packed with vitamins A and C, which help nourish skin and make rosacea less inflamed. Like other oils, it doesn’t clog pores or cause redness or irritation.

4) Milk Thistle
Rosacea is an inflammatory condition that affects sufferers differently, depending on their individual sensitivity. Some people might experience swelling and redness in one small area of their face, while others may experience more widespread symptoms (such as facial flushing). Regardless of how your rosacea manifests itself, if you have it at all—even if it’s only mild—I recommend treating it early on with a natural source of anti-inflammatory nutrients such as milk thistle extract.

5) Roman Chamomile
A soothing and skin-friendly herb. It’s often used to reduce itching, redness, swelling, and rashes in both humans and animals. These calming effects make it a great choice for sensitive skin (especially rosacea), as well as skin that’s been compromised by too much sun exposure.

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