Rosacea Facts About What Causes Rosacea
Heredity may play a part in the cause of rosacea, as well as how fair your skin is. Although a definite cause for rosacea has not been determined, there may be a connection between what causes rosacea and some other aggravating factors:
What Does Rosacea Look Like?
According to the National Rosacea Society,the following are some of signs and symptoms of rosacea:
The signs may start just by a tendency to blush easily. As the skin disease progresses, the redness stays and focuses more on the nose and center of the face.
With time, the small blood vessels on your nose and cheeks may swell and become more noticeable. Small, red bumps that look like acne, may appear and persist, eventually spreading across your nose, cheeks, forehead and chin.
If your eyes begin to burn and water, you may be experiencing ocular rosacea.
To help reduce inflammation, you may be prescribed antibiotics, either topical or pills. For severe situations, laser surgery or electrosurgery may be advised.
Makeup for Rosacea
Green or yellow tinted concealer covers up red the best. These are formulated to counter the red caused by rosacea. Cleure Total Cover Concealer, shade Camaflouge Concealer is hypoallergenic and does a great job of covering up the red.
Cleure Loose Mineral Foundation with SPF25 can then be used over your whole face to protect against the sun and for as an overall foundation.
Rosacea Home Remedies
There are certain things you can do to help with rosacea prevention. These include: