Symptoms and causes of rosacea
Rosacea is a condition that has its characteristic symptoms. The most ordinary signs of rosacea are redness on the face and red bumps or pustules on nose, cheeks, forehead and chin. Furthermore, red and bulbous nose, as well as small blood vessels that are seen on the face, may also occur. Ocular rosacea is the burning feeling in the eyes and it usually happens as one of the symptoms of rosacea.
There are three stages of the appearance of rosacea: pre-rosacea, vascular rosacea and inflammatory rosacea. There are indications that rosacea occurs as a result of some hereditary and environmental factors, but certain factors such as alcohol, spicy or hot foods, extreme temperatures and sunlight can aggravate it. Furthermore, corticosteroids, hot baths, saunas, and strenuous exercises can also make rosacea worse. Stress and anger, as well as some blood pressure medications, are also some of the factors that worsen this disease.
Natural treatments for rosaceaChrysanthellum indicum cream is a cream that contains an extract of Chrysanthellum indicum herb, which is very effective in strengthening of capillaries. This cream is proven to reduce facial redness.Green tea cream is also very beneficial in treating rosacea because this cream may significantly reduce red bumps and pustules.Niacinamide cream is used for the reducing the inflammation of the skin and for moisturizing it.Licorice is an herb which is very helpful in decreasing the redness of the skin.
In some cases, people with rosacea have indigestion and for this condition pancreatic enzyme supplements through meals is recommended. Furthermore, Azelaic acid cream made of wheat, rye and barley is very effective in slowing the growth of skin bacteria and in reducing skin redness, papules and pustules. Apple cider vinegar is very beneficial in stimulating the release of digestive enzymes and normalizing the bacterial balance in the intestines. It can be found in tablet and liquid form. Other remedies that are also highly recommended include Chamomile, Aloe, Burdock and Rose hips, as well as Selenium, vitamin B, Zinc and Betaine hydrochloride.