How do you instantly calm rosacea?
Triggers or signs that can lead to getting rosacea
Rosacea can affect everyone differently because it is caused by different issues.
Causes and triggers:
- Hormonal changes
- Stress overload
- Women usually have it from 30 to 40 years
- Food allergies
- Mite skin infection
- Spicy foods
Sometimes it’s more than just redness on the face from enlarged blood vessels on the skin differently than other skin conditions because some forms have pus-filled bumps. Sometimes the condition is from chronic flushing of the face, and other more severe forms may need fungal creams or ointments to address swelling and inflammation. Many times antibiotics are needed for more severe forms of the condition.
Rosacea can be treated by a variety of different OTC creams, vitamin, mineral and herbal supplements, prescription orals and topical ointments as well as prevention tactics to help soothe the skin. Before you start with any of these prescriptions or OTC options to rid of rosacea, try a natural, healthier approach—try our HOCl PurClarity Revitalizing Mist.
HOCl revitalizing mist can help calm your rosacea
Even though the condition isn’t completely understood it is known and many different options are available to treat using a natural approach to helping calm this condition could be beneficial for your skin. Many medications today, even topical prescriptions can be very harsh, especially oral medications. Also, when you are having an issue finding a good OTC product, you can spend even more money on items that just don’t give you a solution, long-term.
While you can always pop vitamins minerals, amino acids, and other supplements to help improve rosacea, and targeting inflammation with supplement like quercetin and MSM capsules or tablets—using a natural mist for treatment or prevention just might be the ticket out of the rosacea mess!
Our HOCl PurClarity Revitalizing Mist is a great way to tackle your rosacea in a natural, safe and effective ways. It is a water and salt based solution that contains hypochlorous acid—the ingredient that is the ‘medicine’. It can be used all over the face, chest, arms, face or anywhere you have a skin issue.
While HOCl it is strong, like bleach, it won’t cause severe dryness, redness, inflammation, more oil production—nothing— but addressing the rosacea. It can calm your skin, make it hydrated all while helping to lower inflammation, bacterial infections on the skin, and address other skin issues while working to fight away your rosacea. It is okay to get in your hair as well because our products can help address different forms of dermatitis on the scalp and other areas on the body.
- Lowers inflammation
- Combats infection
- Soothes skin
- Cleans skin
- Heals wounds anywhere on your skin
- Can be used as a mist for: prevention and treatment of rosacea
- Can be used daily, multiple times a day
- Can be used long-term—it’s that safe and effective for your skin
Rosacea is only in about 10% of the population to some degree, studies have been done but there is still no direct cure.
It’s really about lowering:
- High inflammatory foods / foods with a high histamine level
- Foods with too much sugar (regular cane sugar and refined sugars)
- Buying products (hair/face/health supplements) without extra chemicals or binders
- Bad gut flora
Possible symptoms you can get with different kinds of rosacea
The condition can cause a number of issues. Having red cheeks is a starting sign you might be developing it; more severe cases of the condition. Most people equate rosacea with having a red, “flushed” face, but for most people the symptoms go beyond this. Depending on the type of rosacea, people might experience symptoms including:
- Redness in the face (usually cheeks)
- Blush or flushed easily when embarrassed, excited, hot, etc.
- Can affect cheeks, nose, chin, ears, around eyes, etc.
- Broken and easily visible blood vessels
- Swelling areas of skin on face or other areas
- Sometimes painful skin
- Sensitive skin
- Too much sun can be painful for rosacea patients; feeling too hot
- Burning sensation on face
- Stinging sensation on face
- Breakouts on rosy areas that are small tiny pimples
- Dry, rough patches on skin
- Scaly/plaque-like areas on skin
- Itchy skin
- Texture on skin is bumpy or feels inflamed to the touch or when smiling or eating
- Eyes can be affected and look bloodshot (they can also be more red, dry, sting, or generally be irritated; sensitive to light etc. )
Ways to calm rosacea and reduce risk of a flare
The best way is for anyone suffering from rosacea to make sure they are able to understand what causes a flare. This way they can avoid to prepare to help their skin before something happens. This way the flare doesn’t get extremely terrible and cause pain or other problems.
Think about staying away from alcoholic beverages or spicy foods, do medication and light exercise, take antihistamines if needed—drink more water and protect the skin. During a flare you may want to take vitamin C, zinc, iron, and caprylic acid.
- B vitamins: great for skin (especially biotin), staying away from B3 or niacinamide as it can cause flushing and make your skin red and warm to the touch
Also if you already know certain foods cause the condition—you are going to have to find a good diet plan for yourself to help ease the condition and make it more management. While diet is important but so is excessive. Don’t overdo certain activities or exercises.
Reducing trigger points for rosacea is imperative to keep your skin calm and healthy. Also, always look at the digestive function. Is it working well? Do you have a healthy balanced microbiome with good and bad bacteria?
- Keep a journal of potential causes or triggers of rosacea
- Write down OTC products and supplements that help
Take supplements: vitamins, minerals, probiotics, and oils good for improving roseacea and prevention:
- Vitamin C (Esther C capsules; high level antioxidant, helps lower inflammation, for improving immune system health, and nerve health)
- Lipo-sphereic Vitamin C (has healthy fatty acids mixed in with C, comes in packets; great for gut and skin health)
- NAC (Super antioxidant)
- Zinc (Immune and skin health)
- Iron (For red blood cell production, anti-inflammatory)
- Magnesium malate (Easier on GI tract, for skin health, heart and general bone and muscle health)
- Quercetin, MSM (Anti-inflammatory that is natural)
- Golden seal or Echinacea (Herbal antibiotic: antiviral, anti-bacterial, lowers inflammation)
- Oregano oil pills or topical (Great for infections, inflammation and can address poor gut microbiome)
- Vitamin E (Natural blood thinner, skin, heart health, lowers inflammation in the body, anywhere)
- Vitamin D (Immune, skin and bone health)
- Biotin (B vitamin)
- Coconut oil for topical (Anti-inflammatory, antifungal, rids of bacteria and improves skin)
- Castor oil for topical (Helps soften plaques and other irritations, anti-inflammatory, anti-infective, and antifungal; improves digestion if taken internally, can also help improve pain on skin)
- Olive oil for topical (Hydrates skin, improves skin tone, anti-inflammatory and antifungal)
- Probiotics (Improve gut health)
- Caprylic acid gel pills (Reduce candida in body and on skin)
Ways to help calm your rosacea and be mindful to help eliminate a flare from coming on
- Protect yourself from too much the sun (stay in shade, cover up, use lotions as a barrier for sunburn; also don’t sit directly near or next to a heater or fireplace)
- Do a stress relieving activity (like meditation or deep breathing exercises; find a group online or in person of other patients dealing with skin conditions or rosacea; social media has many of these)
- Do something dally that you love to do; keep positive about your rosacea and other health ailments
- Try to avoid overheating
- Drink cold beverages (hot beverages are okay but not frequently—add an ice cube or two to these if you need to drink a hot tea)
- Stay away from alcohol (it causes flushing and redness in the face, can also appear on ears, neck and chest also; if you want to drink mix your alcohol in juice or soda)
- Avoid spicy foods if these cause a problem
- Only purchase products that are rosacea friendly or less chemical ridden
- Never use toners or astringent facial products
- Use rosacea friendly makeup and face washes and creams
- Protect face, ears, neck from high winds and freezing temperatures
- Have fans on, wear appropriate clothing when exercising so you don’t over heat