Your cheeks are bright red and your face feels warm and tingly, but it’s not that attractive person that is making you blush. It is more than blushing, and in fact it is just plain uncomfortable and embarrassing. It is like the blush that will not go away, in any part of your face, and that is often frustrating. For many who suffer from Rosacea, it is more than just a blush. It takes over their face leaving unsightly red blotches on the skin with no form of hiding it. As if that wasn’t enough, it is painful because the skin is inflamed, sensitive, and dry. The inflammation and dryness precedes itching and burning of the face and therefore creating a cycle of symptoms without relief in sight.
Rosacea is a fairly common skin disease marked by redness of the skin. It affects areas of the face such as the cheeks, chin, nose, and forehead. Additional symptoms include inflammation of the skin, dryness, burning, itching, skin sensitivity, and soreness. The redness may come and go but the symptoms can get worse if left untreated. Some doctors like to think that Rosacea is a result of genetics, but research leads us to believe that Rosacea develops from damage to the skin from sun exposure and burning; the combination of unprotected skin and unfavorable conditions. It is also believed that it affects women after their thirties and especially those with light skin color. A proper diagnosis can be made by visiting your doctor and they can help recommend treatment options.
Taming these stubborn symptoms is more than just getting rid of that excess blush. Now, it’s not that you can’t go outside and enjoy the beautiful day, but taking precautions can go a long way. Avoiding sun-exposure when the sun is strongest goes a long way. Catching the symptoms early on can also help get your face right on track. It is about alleviating the symptoms, creating favorable skin condition, and protecting your skin. Your skin is telling you something; it’s hot, and not in a good way. It is dry, itchy, inflamed and needs to be nourished and hydrated in order to keep Rosacea at bay. It is possible to get that nice blush without the ghastly excessive redness everywhere. DermalMD has a serum that can help treat Rosacea. It works by hydrating the skin and improving blood circulation. The ingredients in DermalMD’s Rosacea Treatment Serum can help tame Rosacea by alleviating the symptoms and when used regularly it can provide the nourishment and protection that your skin needs so that you can go about your day not worrying about how your face looks. You can learn more about DermalMD’s Rosacea Treatment Serum by visiting https://dermalmd.com/product/rosacea/