Rosacea acne symptoms, and the triggers that can spur on a breakout, can have a number of causes. Some of these triggers, such as food sensitivities and high temperatures, are well known. Others are not so diagnosable. Regardless, the flare ups that accompany this inflammatory disorder can be a nuisance, to say the least.
While there are a number of conventional rosacea acne treatments you can pursue, there are also many healthier, home natural alternatives that can provide relief from flare-ups and even curb the disorder over time. Follow these ways to get rid of rosacea acne naturally with a chemical-free home remedy.
A brief note: Please note that we are not physicians, and therefore cannot make any medical claims, or assertions that indicate any form of cure for Rosacea. This articles is to provide information on what has worked for us personally, as well as thousands of people across the globe.
The symptoms of Rosacea and acne flare ups
Before we get started, consider the typical skin issues that are triggered by Rosacea:
- Oily, dry, and/or sensitive skin that flushes with ease.
- Stinging in the eyes or vision that becomes blurry
- Raised areas of the skin that can become bumpy
- Redness on the chin, cheeks, nose, and forehead
As you may already know, when these skin issues are left untreated, the symptoms can rapidly worsen. So it’s best to be proactive.
5 ways to naturally curb your Rosacea symptoms
First, here are a few of the more popular topical applications for Rosacea:
- Cucumber mask: Blend fresh cucumber into a facial mask and smooth it evenly across your face. Leave the mask on for about 30 minutes and then rinse with water.
- Herbal paste: Combine two teaspoons each of coriander powder, turmeric powder, and fresh milk until the solution is evenly mixed. Apply twice daily for about 10 minutes.
- Aloe vera: Along with a host of other benefits, aloe vera can heal a range of skin problems. Apply aloe vera to the affected area two times daily.
- Tea tree oil: A powerful generator of antiseptic properties, tea tree oil can be applied directly to the area affected by Rosacea. Apply lightly and let it dissolve into your skin.
- Oatmeal: Lesser known for its impact on helping relieve Rosacea symptoms, oatmeal helps to soothe itching and redness of the skin. Combine two tablespoons of oatmeal with a little bit of water and apply to the infected region.
The best rosacea acne treatment
While there are so many natural ways to help with Rosacea, our favorite is the use of essential oils. Aromatherapy products like essential oils comprise a liquid that is distilled from a variety of flowers, stems, roots, and more.
Some of the more popular oils for helping with this skin disease are:
Everyone’s skin is different, so just like any natural remedy (and unnatural medications), what may work for one person might not work for another person. Personally, we’ve found success with lavender oil. Others have found better success with frankincense and other products.
And what’s great about these pure, natural products, is they have countless other applications.