How to get rid of red cheeks? Let’s be clear. Rosacea is characterized by a reddening of the face, associated with telangiectasias (dilation of superficial blood vessels, which become visible on the nose and cheeks), papules and pustules. The appearance of redness on the face may be accompanied by burning, heat and slight swelling. In the most serious cases, there is a thickening of the skin, which sometimes becomes particularly evident above and around the nose, which appears bulbous and swollen . Some symptoms of Acne rosacea may also develop on the neck, scalp and ears. In addition to skin problems, the disease can cause symptoms in the eyes and eyelids (eye rosacea): dryness, burning sensation, swelling of the eyelids, reddening of the conjunctiva, increased sensitivity to light and tearing. Acne rosacea tends to have a progressive course, so symptoms tend to worsen over time. Four sequential phases are generally recognized. The pre-rosace phase can start with flushes and a tendency to blush easily, often accompanied by an annoying tingling sensation.
In the vascular phase, patients develop erythema and facial edema with telangiectasias. An inflammatory phase follows, during which papules (small red swellings) and pustules (reliefs full of pus) appear. During advanced rosacea, the reddening of the skin and the number of visible blood vessels increase. Because of the progressive course of rosacea, early diagnosis is important and treatments tend to be more effective if started earlier. Diagnosis is based on clinical evaluation. In moderate and severe forms, the disorder sometimes takes on an appearance similar to acne vulgaris, but differs from it essentially by the age of onset (adult rather than puberty) and the absence of blackheads (blackheads). The differential diagnosis must also be made with respect to systemic lupus erythematosus, Photodermatose and drug rashes. Treatment can reduce and control the symptoms of rosacea. Therapy involves avoiding triggering factors (the use of sunscreens is important) and generally involves the use of oral and topical antibiotics (e.g. metronidazole and azelaic acid). Some forms can be attenuated by vascular laser treatments, pulsed light and Photodynamic therapy.
How to get rid of red cheeks with Aloe Vera
We know, for dermatological problems, Aloe Vera gel is a soothing panacea for the skin. Applied regularly, it moisturizes, calms and refreshes. In case of rosacea it is a “first aid” remedy, because it calms the fire that emerges on the surface and contains the damage of the extreme heat that invades the microcirculation. Unfortunately, aloe is not the solution to the problem, but limits the damage and decongestion of the part.
Rosacea and Helichrysum, oats, licorice, ginkgo biloba and ginger.
If we know of any pharmacist with a Galenic laboratory or if we have the patience to look in the network for a company of phytocosmetics, we can request a cream with these soothing and restorative components:
Helichrysum, with soothing, restorative, decongestant properties, the Helichrysum is indicated for sensitive skin that easily reddens.
Oats, with anti-inflammatory properties, also suitable for younger skins, oats are moisturizing and rebalance the pH of the skin, also suitable in case of eczema.
How to get rid of red cheeks with Liquorice
With anti-infiammatory properties on blood vessels that cause redness, thanks to glycyrrhetic acid is a valuable help in topical preparations. We can also create a DIY tonic by boiling licorice in herbal tea cut to be applied cold on the face after cleansing.
Ginkgo Biloba, with antioxidant properties, stimulates skin microcirculation, moisturizes, stimulates cell turnover, elasticizes tissues.
How to get rid of red cheeks with Ginger
with purifying properties, anti-inflammatory, also exerts a reactivating and oxygenating action of the epidermis. It increases its resistance to external agents, is plumping and illuminating.
Rosacea and oligomeric proanthocyanidins
Are extracted from red grape seeds, from the bark of the maritime pine, from horse chestnut seeds, and have an antioxidant and protective action of blood vessels in almost immediate time from intake because they are immediately bioavailable. they preserve collagen and elastin in the tissues, and indeed promote the formation of microfiber collagen. They strengthen the microcirculation, toning up the walls of the vessels. They have an anti-inflammatory action and are useful in case of inflammation and edema of the lower limbs. We can find in herbal medicine in dry extract and the daily dose is 180 mg.
Rosacea and rusco
The rusco is the ultimate protective remedy for microcirculation and veins. It contains saponins, resins and essential oils which have a vasoprotective, anti-inflammatory, astringent and venotonic action. We can find preparations with synergistic phytocomplexes based on rusco, red vine, centella, both in hydroalcoholic extract and in dry extract to be taken daily.
Rosacea and… Shiatsu?
Yes, it may seem strange but shiatsu can also help in case of problems such as rosacea if related to problems of microcirculation. The stimulation of the Spleen meridian to reactivate the tone, the “shape” of the venous vessels, the dispersion of the Heart meridian due to the excess of heat can be the basic treatments to address the problem.naturally the Shiatsu treatment is tailor-made so the operator will verify which meridians to rebalance and what condition to face, because this fire manifested on the skin could be linked to very different causes and then addressed involving the energy of organs such as the liver.
Measures may be taken to reduce or control clinical manifestations of the disease. Here are some tips to follow:
Follow the treatment plan to keep the symptoms under control, even once the signs of acne rosacea have improved or disappeared. Use mild, oil-free facial cleansers. Avoid products that contain skin irritants such as alcohol, menthol and fragrances. Patients with acne rosacea should wash themselves with lukewarm water (neither too hot nor too cold), avoiding skin rubbing and using special soap-free cleansers. Identify the triggers of rosacea and take preventive measures to avoid them: extreme temperatures, sun exposure, spicy foods, alcohol and stress can trigger rosacea. In case of eye problems, follow the therapy recommended, carefully clean your eyelids with specific products and, if necessary, apply a warm compress several times a day.