Saturday, November 13, 2010

Rosacea Skin type

What is Rosacea?
Rosacea has become a very common skin condition mainly because of the fact that it was
often misdiagnosed in the past. An excessive, sometimes unexplainable redness, ruddiness,
 and flakiness ultimately leads to the appearance of broken capillaries under the surface of
the skin and a constant red and ruddy appearance. It is also often associated with acne-type
bumps and pustules.
What Causes Rosacea?
A genetic propensity, particularly being of Northern European heritage can increase your chances for
developing Rosacea and Rosacea-like symptoms. Triggers also play a very important role in
understanding what can cause "flare-ups", those moments of flushing and redness that the sufferer
 can feel coming on. These triggers can be many things, most often alcohol, spicy or hot foods,
stress, caffeine, chronic sun exposure, cold weather, and overly dry climates.
Natural Treatment
The only way to get long-term relief is to detoxify and build up your bodies, blood circulation, balance your hormones, build up your immune system.
Best Treatment
Key Ingredients
Evening Primrose oil- Relieves inflammation, stimulates protein synthesis, repairs and improves dry flaky skin.
Flax Seed oil- Improves the condition of skin and nails, reduce the inflammation of cells, helps promote cellular health and improve hormonal balance.
Borage oil- Reduces skin inflammation, dryness, scaliness and itching.
Zinc- Helps body to heal, most critical nutrient for a healthy immune system.
Aloe Vera- Helps to hydrate and rejuvenate the skin, makes skin softer, younger looking and less wrinkled. Used topically this is Rosacea's best treatment.
Tea Tree oil- Anti- bacterial, anti- fungal, and anti- septic actions
Chamomile oils- Oils penetrates deeply through the epidermal layers to relieve inflammation and stimulate healthy cellular regeneration.

Zenmed- Rosacea Treatment

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