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Interactive video lesson plan for: How to Care for Rosacea

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Rosacea is a chronic skin condition characterized by persistent facial redness. Minimize damage with the right kind of care.

Step 1: Cleanse with cool water
Wash your face gently each day with a fragrance-free, mild cleanser. Avoid hot water or rough washcloths.

Step 2: Rinse without rubbing
Rinse your face using lukewarm water and blot dry with a soft, thick towel. Don’t rub your face or apply cream or ointment until the skin is air dried.

Having rosacea can be a lonely experience; look for patient support groups online.

Step 3: Avoid heat, cold, and alcohol
Avoid sunny, cold, or windy weather as well as hot drinks, spicy foods, and alcohol. Use sensitive-skin sunscreens with an SPF of 15 or more.

Holistic practitioners recommend sticking to an organic diet.

Step 4: Get exercise
Exercise moderately in cool environments. Overdoing it can trigger a flare-up or sudden dehydration. Drink cold fluids or eat ice chips if you feel overheated.

Step 5: Try cosmetics
Try fragrance-free, noncomedogenic cosmetics with a green or yellow tint to cover any flareups.

Step 6: See a physician
See a physician if you cannot control your condition. Doctors can prescribe oral antibiotics and topical creams. Cardiovascular medicines can also reduce severe flushing.

Did You Know?
In a study, 96 percent of subjects said simply avoiding common triggers reduced flare-ups.

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