5 Steps to the Best Rosacea Face Treatment

Rosacea - is a chronic skin condition that primarily affects the face. It characterizes with enlarged blood vessels, especially on the chicks and nose and making you look permanently flashed.  Most often it affects people over 30, and the highest severity of lesions falls in the period between 40 and 60 years of age. If you suspect you might have rosacea or you were already diagnosed with this condition, you need to treat it under the careful supervision of a medical professional. Treatment of rosacea is difficult and should be taken with a holistic approach.  It usually involves prescription medications, internal and external topical creams, dietary supplements, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Also, the key in this aspect is sufficient, and at the same time, safe and gentle daily care of your face.

What should you avoid?

If you have a  vascular complexion, it is essential to avoid exposure to UVA and UVB radiation, hot baths, sauna, spicy and hot dishes, alcohol, stress, cosmetic products containing ethyl alcohol, dyes, fragrances, and other irritating substances because all these factors contribute to the expansion of your blood vessels.

We do not recommend performing mechanical peels, warming or exfoliation treatments using acids with high concentrations because these treatments might further damage a gentle skin and exasperate the Rosacea condition.

What to use?

Best remedies for Rosacea condition contain vitamins C, B2, PP, K, and rutin because these active ingredients support to care for this skin condition. You also need to look for topical products which strengthen the blood vessels, reduce redness and don't irritate your sensitive skin. 

Natural skincare remedies are very popular in treating any skin condition and a lot of them claim to treat Rosacea. You need to be careful though with applying these products because some of them make unfound claims and some of the ingredients in them you might be allergic to. If you take prescribed medication for Rosacea, please consult with your doctor regarding the type of natural treatment you are using. 


Best Rosacea topical treatments for redness

Aescin in Horse chestnut extract (Aesculus hippocastanum) - chestnuts from the tree growing in the Balkan Peninsula in Europe.  Horse chestnut is rich in bioflavonoids, antioxidants, and the anti-inflammatory, and vasoprotective compound aescin. Aescin strengthens and seals the walls of blood vessels. Creams and lotions with horse chestnut extract strengthen the skin, boost capillary resistance to damage, and reduce the appearance of broken blood vessels.

Allantoin  - ingredient contained in cereal sprouts, chestnut shells, comfrey root. Also, it can be obtained synthetically. Allantoin has a beneficial moisturizing and keratolytic effect, increasing exfoliation of the upper layers of dead skin cells, increasing skin smoothness, wound healing, soothing, anti-irritation and skin-protecting properties against sensitization.

Red clay/ Kaolin clay - obtained in nature and considered the mildest of the clays, it is perfect for sensitive skin. Kaolin clay can give you a healthy boost of magnesium, calcium, manganese, iron, and silica which strengthen the skin.

Rutin and Vitamin C in Elderflower Extract - Rutin is a bioflavonoid in fruits and plants which gives them pigmentation. It is proven to strengthen blood vessels and helps to digest Vitamin C. Because Elderflower contains both, rutin and vitamin C, it is an effective ingredient in the cosmetological application to protect the capillaries and a proven powerful antioxidant.




Rosacea treatment products

Best Rosacea treatment products contain aescin, allantoin, rutin, vitamin C. They have to address the sensitivity of the skin and also soothe the irritation.  

VIANEK Fortifying Purple is a line of natural skincare which is designed to strengthen and fortify with natural active ingredients derived from plants.

Vianek Purple Collection Pattern  


VIANEK Purple ingredients are designed to tighten your blood vessels, reinforce of capillary walls, which become more flexible and resistant to damage, prevent of dilated capillaries, reduce the sensitivity of cutaneous thermoreceptors, cool your skin and soothe irritation, improve protective functions of your epidermis, and even out your skin tone.



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