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Autumnal Rosy Glow? 7 Tips to Ward off Rosy Cheeks

Autumnal Rosy Glow? 7 Tips to Ward off Rosy Cheeks

Many rosacea sufferers know how important it is to avoid triggers and stick to a routine to reduce the risk of flare-ups of symptoms. However, a change in weather can bring special challenges. Here are some tips to help ensure that your winter is flare-up free.



Layer clothing

As temperatures change and winds pick up, it’s a good idea to have jumpers and hooded jackets at the ready. We usually think of hot weather triggering rosacea symptoms, but cold weather and wind are also cited as triggers by many patients. Dressing in layers means you’ll be prepared no matter if the day is unseasonably warm or particularly chilly.

Top things off with a hat

It might seem like sunburn isn’t a concern anymore, but you shouldn’t let your guard down. Continue to use a facial sunscreenand shade your face with a ball cap or brimmed hat if you’re going to be spending an extended period of time outside. For sunscreen, choose a gentle formulation with an SPF of 30 or higher that contains zinc or titanium dioxide and delivers both UVA and UVB protection.

Take breaks

If you’re spending a couple of hours outside, whether you’re cheering at a football game, picking apples or enjoying a picnic, think about taking a break to go inside every few hours. This will give you a chance to reapply sunscreen, grab extra clothing and check if you’re developing a sun or windburn.

Avoid hot drinks

Coffee, lattes, cider, cocoa and tea are everywhere, but beware: liquids heated to 140 degrees have been found to cause facial flushing. Wait for drinks to cool a bit, or stick to iced varieties to be safe.

Avoid hot spices

Chilli cook-offs and tailgate parties offer up steaming, spicy soups and other dishes that might be very tempting on a brisk autumn day. However, it’s important to know your rosacea triggers. In a survey, almost half of rosacea patients said hot spicy foods cause their symptoms to flare up.

Bring a scarf

Having a scarf handy is always a good idea. If it’s unexpectedly windy or cold, wrap the scarf around your neck and cheeks to protect your face from blustery irritation.

The Best Products

Rosacure® is designed for those suffering from Rosacea (Sub-types 1-4). It reduces permanent and intermittent reddening skin and thread veins. Rosacure® desensitises the skin against reddening triggers making the skin more tolerant, so when you can’t help walking into a hot room, or really want a cup of steamy hot chocolate you don’t have to worry so much about flaring up.

It is a medically licensed product offering a revolutionary, clinically tested, complete solution to treat your Rosacea. It contains special patented ingredients which can only be found in the Rosacure® Range.

If you’d like to find out more about SkinMed and their Rosacure® Rosacea treatment, please click here or call a trained skin advisor on 0333 247 2474 to discuss and to place an order.

Created On  26 Oct 2016 16:08  -  Permalink

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