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“This skin condition is most common amongst women between 25 and 60 years of age, however it can occur to both men and women at any stage of life. Rosacea is a chronic inflammation of the skin and typically occurs in the fair-skinned category. It is often referred to as ‘the curse of the celts’. However many Asian clients also suffer from this condition.

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2. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au This skin condition is most common amongst women between 25 and 60 years of age 3. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au However, it can occur to both men and women at any stage of life 4. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Rosacea is a chronic inflammation of the skin and typically occurs in the fair-skinned category 5. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au It is often referred to as the curse of the celts. However, many Asian clients also suffer from this condition 6. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au There are four classes of rosacea and they can be categorised as: 7. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Red face and flushing, sometimes developing into a constant redness around the nose or cheek area 8. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au It is usually symmetrical and gives a butterfly effect 9. 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Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au If you take measures to control the inflammation, you will notice improvements in your skin! 16. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Typical rosacea symptoms can include: Persistently red cheeks 17. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Small, visible facial blood vessel/s 18. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Small red bumps on the face 19. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Burning sensation or uncomfortable eyes (advanced) 20. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Red, bulbous nose (advanced) 21. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Rosacea occurs when there is an abnormal increase in blood flow to the face 22. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Some factors that can contribute to worsening the condition include: Hot drinks 23. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Spicy foods 24. 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Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Zinc oxide is also a natural Anti-inflammatory 35. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Vitamin B serum is effective for increasing the strength of the skin and reducing inflammation 36. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Vitamin A regulates the formation of healthy blood vessels 37. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Retinol molecular film fluid in Synergie Vitamin A serum is the gentlest and most effective way of delivering vitamin A to the skin 38. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Avoid hot drinks and spicy foods which may increase the blood flow in your face 39. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Avoid facial products that contain irritants such as SLS, camphor, sorbic acid 40. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Or alcohol which may irritate the skin and worsen the condition 41. Visit us at http://www.lotus-institute.com.au Try Synergies Dermacalm Anti-redness serum 42. 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