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Rosacea and What Makes It Look and Feel Worse

January 23, 2019 | 0 comments

Being aware of what triggers a reaction helps you take better care of your skin.

If you’ve recently been diagnosed with a skin condition known as rosacea, you’re probably just learning what it is and how to treat it. You may have not even reached the stage where you’re clear about what causes it to manifest and worsen. Lucky for you, Derma9 is well-aware of the different skin issues that women face and have come up with a line of products that naturally clean, exfoliate, moisturize, and protect without further causing harm to your body’s largest organ.

Here are some things making your rosacea worse:

  • Too much sunlight. Make sure you protect your skin with sunscreen. Wearing it year-round can help prevent your situation from exacerbating in intensity.
  • Stress. One of the easiest ways to cause a flare-up is to stress about things you have little to no control over. Learn healthy coping mechanisms that allow you to get past feelings of exasperation and desperation quickly. Refer to your list of ‘tools’ whenever you start to feel your heart race and pulse quicken.
  • Excess heat. High temperatures can cause your skin to redden and feel hot to the touch. Make sure to wear a hat with a wide brim to prevent your rosacea from taking over. Wind and cold also do harm to your face so dress accordingly, making sure that you’re protected from the elements wherever you go.
  • Some skin and hair products. Not all the things sold in stores do as they promise to do. Some skin and hair products claim to be gentle or for sensitive skin yet they’re not. You learn the hard way by using them, having a flare, and disposing of the products in question.

Give your skin the TLC it deserves. With Derma9 products, you’re able to minimize flare-ups and make your skin condition less noticeable. Rather than cause your rosacea to worsen, the products that make up our skincare line help soothe your skin, restoring its natural glow, and plump texture. The end result is skin that you’re proud to show off wherever you go.


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