If you've been noticing that your face has been having several bumps that look like acne, and if your skin seems flushed and blushing, you may have a skin condition known as rosacea.
There are many steps you may take at home to improve and protect your appearance and general well-being in addition to your doctor's suggestions for medications and other treatments to manage its symptoms. Read along to learn more about this skin condition and how you may prevent it with the help of Goodieco.
What is Rosacea and Who are Most Affected by It?
Rosacea is a common skin condition that results in facial blood vessels that are visible and produces blushing or flushing. Additionally, it may result in tiny, pus-filled pimples. These symptoms and signs may fluctuate for weeks or months before subsiding temporarily. Rosacea can be confused with acne, other skin conditions, or ruddiness that occurs naturally.
Rosacea can also cause Rhinophyma, which is a condition that can make the nose appear enlarged and bulbous. The eyes can be impacted by rosacea, making them feel inflamed and seem bloodshot or watery. Styes may also occur, also known as ocular rosacea.
Fair-skinned individuals and those who often blush easily may be more vulnerable to the condition. Although rosacea can infrequently affect teenagers and very rarely impact children, adults over the age of 30 are more likely to be affected. The likelihood of the condition is increased by a family history of the disorder.
Rosacea affects more women than males, yet men typically experience the disease's most severe symptoms. It's likely that men delay seeking medical care until their rosacea is advanced.
Causes of Rosacea
Rosacea may be brought on by a wide range of factors. These include hereditary (genetic), environmental, vascular, inflammatory, and response to the Demodex mite, a tiny mite that lives on human skin and is frequently referred to as the "eyelash mite."
A compromised or damaged acid mantle is one of the most common causes. When your skin is exposed and susceptible to outside influences, such as dirt and bacteria, this will lead to a damaged acid mantle. More importantly, in this situation, it is less able to control how much water escapes through the skin's surface and cannot keep its pH levels in the right range, which must be slightly acidic for optimal operation. Dehydrated and sensitive skin results from this, which aggravates the occurrence of rosacea.
Your skin is equipped to defend itself, maintain healthy pH levels, and lessen water loss through the skin's surface thanks to the formation of a robust and undamaged acid mantle, thus it's important to take care of it very well by using the right products for your skin.
Other Significant Symptoms of Rosacea
Rosacea can appear in many different ways depending on the individual. Most frequently, not all of the potential symptoms and indicators occur. At least one of the major symptoms listed below is always present in rosacea. There could potentially be a variety of secondary signs and symptoms.
Rosacea's primary symptoms include:
Bumps and Pimples – Usually, tiny red solid lumps or pus-filled pimples appear. The pimples can occasionally resemble acne, although no blackheads are present. There may be stinging or burning.
Prolonged Redness – A sunburn or blush that doesn't go away may resemble prolonged facial redness.
Flushing – There is a history of recurrent blushing or flushing in many rosacea cases. The disorder frequently manifests initially in the form of intermittent face redness.
Visible Blood Vessels - Many people with rosacea notice minor but visible blood vessels on their skin.
Other potential rosacea warning signs and symptoms include:
Burning or stinging sensation – Burning or stinging sensations could develop on the face. Itchiness or a tightness might also begin to occur.
Dry skin or appearance – The skin on the middle of the face may be rough or otherwise appear to be extremely dry.
Eye irritation – In certain rosacea individuals affected, the eyes may be inflamed and seem bloodshot or watery. Styes, along with redness and swelling of the eyelids, are additional symptoms of this disorder, also known as ocular rosacea. Untreated severe cases may cause corneal injury and visual loss.
Plaques – Plaques, which are raised red spots, can form without the surrounding skin changing.
Thickening Skin – In some rosacea cases, extra tissue can cause the skin to thicken and expand, a disease known as rhinophyma. The nose frequently develops this disease, giving it a bulbous appearance.
Swelling – Edema, or facial swelling, can appear alone or in connection with other rosacea symptoms.
Symptoms beyond the face - Other body parts, such as the neck, chest, scalp, or ears, may also encounter signs and symptoms in addition to the face.
How Specialists Diagnose Rosacea
Your doctor will conduct a thorough medical history examination, evaluate you carefully, and check all of your signs and symptoms. You should speak with your doctor immediately about any facial issues you are experiencing before your examination (redness, bumps or pimples, burning, itching, etc.). Rosacea cannot be diagnosed using a particular test.
Is There a Cure for Rosacea?
Medical therapy is available to reduce or reverse the signs and symptoms of rosacea, despite the fact that there is no recognized cure for the condition. Consult your doctor if you think you could have rosacea.
On the other hand, treating and taking care of your skin can be another way to further prevent experiencing this skin condition.
Treating Rosacea with Goodieco’s Skincare Products
Here at Goodieco, our best skincare packages are the Nourishing and Supercharged Trio, however, you must first take our skin quiz assessment to determine which Trio is most suitable for you. Either way, we’ll be giving you an overview of what to expect with these products:
Nourishing Trio – 3-Step Routine
With our Nourishing Trio - 3 Step Routine, prepare for a softer, more radiant skin. This is the ultimate nourishing package for your skin, designed to repair, replace, and revitalize skin that has lost moisture. Our Nourishing Trio starter pack lasts for a minimum of 4 weeks usage, while the core pack lasts for a minimum of 8 weeks usage.
- Enhances the look of skin
- Softens the texture of the skin
- Fills in fine lines and wrinkles and tightens up the skin.
- Rosacea & redness relief
- Delivers 24-hour hydration and aids with dry skin problems like eczema and psoriasis
- Prevents skin dryness-related breakouts
- Enhances the smoothness and brightness of your makeup
Our Nourishing Trio Pack includes the following:
- 1 pc. Next Level, Cleansing Oil
- 1pc. Layer Once, Nourishing Oil
- 1pc. Dream Serum Rose, Balancing Serum
Step 1: Next Level Cleansing Oil
After getting out of the shower, your face needs to be warmed and dampened.
Apply 2 to 4 drops of your cleansing oil to your damp hands, rub them together, and then gently massage your face for about 30 seconds.
Tip: There's no need to use too much cleansing oil if your fingertips don't glide over your skin throughout this process. Instead, apply extra water.
Take a washcloth after and rinse it in warm water. The washcloth should feel warm to the touch and moist, but not uncomfortable. Allow the steam from the washcloth to softly penetrate your skin by holding it over your face for 10 seconds.
Now use gentle upward sweeping strokes to gently wipe the oil from your face.
As you wipe, fold the washcloth a few times to make sure you're using a clean area of it and avoid using excessive friction.
Step 2: Layer Once Nourishing Oil
Use 1–2 drops of your Nourishing Oil on damp palms and briskly rub your hands together to warm the oil. Apply the facial oil by rubbing your fingers over your freshly washed face and neck. Give it around 30 seconds to absorb.
Step 3: Dream Serum Rose
Finally, take a few drops of your serum and dab them on your fingertips. To properly spread the serum, lightly press and briskly whisk it over your face and neck.
Then you're done. Check out your radiant skin and yourself in the mirror for a bit.
Tip: We advise applying your serum as the last step during your morning routine because it will serve as a primer for your makeup later in the day.
REMINDER: You can reverse the sequence of your Facial Oil and Serum when using your Trio in the evening before bed so that you apply the Serum first and the Facial Oil last.
Supercharged Trio – 3-Step Routine
Our Supercharged Trio - 3-step routine is the best package you can use to expect clear and silky skin. This one is best for those who have oily, combination, and acne-prone skin. This oil-balancing skincare routine is perfect and will give your skin a clearer, smoother, and glowing thanks to this product's special combination of readily absorbed, non-comedogenic oils and high-performance botanicals. Our Supercharged Trio starter pack lasts for a minimum of 4 weeks usage, while the core pack lasts for a minimum of 8 weeks usage.
- Reduces the frequency & severity of breakouts
- Improves the texture of your skin, making it smoother & less greasy to the touch
- Refines, tones, and tightens pores
- Removes blackheads, reduces irritation, and decongests the skin.
- Aids in skin renewal and healing after being affected by acne scars and hyperpigmentation
Our Supercharged Trio pack includes the following:
- 1 pc. Mint, Cleansing Oil
- 1 pc. Bright, Treatment Oil
- 1 pc. Dream Serum, Balancing Serum
Step 1: Mint Cleansing Oil
Immediately after leaving the shower, your face must be warmed and dampened.
Grab your cleansing oil, add 2 to 4 drops to your damp hands, rub them together, and then gently massage your face for around 30 seconds.
Recommendation: Use extra water instead of too much washing oil if your fingertips don't slide over your skin during this process.
After that, rinse it in warm water with your washcloth. The washcloth should feel hot and wet to the touch, but not uncomfortable. Allow the steam from the washcloth to softly penetrate your skin for ten seconds while holding it over your face.
Use sweeping upward motions to now gently wipe the oil from your face.
To ensure you're using a clean area of the washcloth, avoid applying excessive friction and fold the cloth several times while you wipe.
Step 2: Bright Treatment Oil
Next, warm the Treatment Oil by rubbing 1 to 2 drops between damp fingers. Apply the facial oil by rubbing your palms over your newly cleaned face and neck. Allow absorbing for around 30 seconds.
Step 3: Dream Serum
Finally, take the Serum and dab 1–2 drops onto your fingertips. Spread the serum evenly over your face and neck by lightly pressing and sweeping it there.
You are now done. Look yourself in the mirror for a moment and notice your radiant skin.
The final step in the morning is to apply your serum because it will serve as a primer for your makeup later in the day.
REMINDER: You can apply your Facial Oil and Serum in reverse order when using the Trio in the evening before bed so that the Serum goes on second and the Facial Oil comes last.
Additional Tips to Prevent Rosacea
Avoid the sun's rays on your skin. Sunlight is a common rosacea cause. Even darker skin tones can experience sunburns. When possible, seek shade and wear UV-protective hats and sunglasses. Cover exposed skin with SPF 30 or higher broad-spectrum sunscreen every day you're outside. Zinc oxide and titanium dioxide are the least likely to irritate delicate skin, so choose a fragrance-free sunscreen.
Lessen your stress. If stress makes your rosacea worse, pick a stress-relieving activity and engage in it frequently. Exercise, meditation, tai chi, and joining a support group for rosacea are all common ways to decompress.
Avoid getting too hot, even while working out. Avoid hot showers, baths, heaters, fireplaces, and other heat sources. Keep a cold-water bottle or dipped cloth around your neck when exercising. Dress in layers so you can remove items if you get too hot.
Simplify your skin care regimen. Many cosmetic products are too abrasive for persons with rosacea. On the other hand, with the help of our Goodieco products, you'll have a simplified skincare routine in no time. Additionally, Retinoids can irritate the skin, so it’s best to avoid them or use them frequently. Avoid stroking or touching your face too much as well.
Select moderate foods. To avoid aggravating your rosacea symptoms, choose milder versions of your favorite cuisine. It's advisable to completely avoid spicy meals if your rosacea still flares.
Choose cold beverages. Studies show that hot beverages may trigger rosacea in certain people. Try iced tea or coffee or wait until your drink cools.
Alcohol consumption should be kept to a minimum. Red wine causes most alcohol-related flare-ups. If you drink, avoid red wine and limit yourself to one or two glasses with water in between.
Keep the wind and cold from your face. The best way to shield your skin from the elements is to wear a scarf. Avoid wool and other coarse-feeling textiles, which might cause an attack, and look for scarves made of silk or acrylic.
Rosacea is a persistently inflamed skin condition that usually affects the face. People sometimes confuse rosacea with eczema, acne, or an allergic skin reaction. Its primary symptoms include face flushing, inflamed skin, and breakouts. Blushing easily and eye issues are considered additional signs.
Although Rosacea currently has no known treatment, people can still treat it and the best way to do it is by having a proper skincare routine. With the help of our products, you can have a simple yet protective regimen that will help your skin and prevent the possibility of having this condition. Take the skin quiz today to know which Goodieco package is the right one for you!