We’re sorry to say this, but currently there are no known rosacea cures available. You’re not alone, about 14 million Americans have rosacea, and only a small part of those are being treated for it.
Rosacea treatment is done through different medications, a special diet for rosacea and other methods that we will share in this article.
While technically a rosacea cure doesn’t exist, you can still put it into remission and be symptom-free. Doctors do not know what the rosacea causes are, and nobody seems to know. Everyone has their theories but nothing is proven.
The name of the game is prevention, if your rosacea went into remission, wouldn’t you consider that a rosacea cure? We certainly would. I (Henri) get eczema if I do not take care of my body. This means eating healthy foods, moisturizing and avoiding things that trigger an outbreak.
How to Cure Your Rosacea & Put It Into Remission
There are several ways you can go about this, but the best results come from changing your diet and learning more about how your body reacts to different things.
It is sometimes easy to ignore certain trigger foods that we are “addicted” to. If you REALLY like beer then you aren’t going to willingly give it up, you’ll make excuses and whatever it takes to keep it in your life.
It’s easy to do, I (Henri) did it for a long time before I realized what was going on. I hope you can avoid going through that phase 🙂
Here’s a list of common rosacea triggers that you should watch out for:
- Too much sun exposure
- Hot and cold weather (we’re all unique I guess!)
- Heavy exercise
- Hot baths
- Spicy foods
- Some skin care products
- Certain fruits
- Processed foods
You’ll also find that you have your own unique triggers as you start becoming more aware. Eliminating these from your life can make you or break you.
3 Medical Rosacea Treatments
So what do the guys in white coats have to offer you? They have a plethora of things you can choose from, but it usually doesn’t involve a rosacea cure, and it comes with a price tag.
We’ll go through the most common ones so you can see what you’re dealing with. We recommend that you talk with your dermatologist if you decide to try a medical rosacea treatment.
- Topical Creams
These are one of the first things you’ll get offered when you have skin problems. They are said to be safe for long-term use, although we disagree. We think they are fine for short-term use, and then trying to find something natural.
Taking antibiotics can reduce the inflammation of your skin. We REALLY advise against taking antibiotics for prolonged periods of time. Your body may build up a resistance and that’s not good at all!
- Laser Therapy
This can be tough for your skin and rather expensive. Some people have reported success with it, but you often have to keep doing it, and it can get very expensive in the long run.
That is all we have for you about rosacea cures. As you can see, it is not an easy path, but don’t you agree that it is more than worth it to change your lifestyle and put your rosacea into remission?
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