PROSACEA Gel is an effective topical medication for treatment of rosacea symptoms. The moisture-rich formula helps diminish bumps and redness while soothing and conditioning dry, irritated skin. PROSACEA contains no irritating alcohol or petroleum based ingredients.
How long should I use Prosacea?
There is no limit on the time period for using Prosacea Gel. You can use it as long as it seems to be helping your condition. If your condition clears to your satisfaction you can stop using Prosacea Gel.
What should you not use on your face if you have rosacea?
To reduce the likelihood of a buying a product that will irritate your skin, you want to avoid anything that contains:
- Glycolic acid.
- Lactic acid.
- Sodium laurel sulfate (often found in shampoos and toothpaste)
What ointment is good for rosacea?
For mild to moderate rosacea, your doctor may prescribe a cream or gel that you apply to the affected skin. Brimonidine (Mirvaso) and oxymetazoline (Rhofade) reduce flushing by constricting blood vessels. You may see results within 12 hours after use.
What does azelaic acid do for rosacea?
Azelaic acid is in a class of medications called dicarboxylic acids. It works to treat rosacea by decreasing the swelling and redness of the skin. It works to treat acne by killing the bacteria that infect pores and by decreasing production of keratin, a natural substance that can lead to the development of acne.
Is Prosacea homeopathic?
PROSACEA contains sulphur 1x, a medically recognized homeopathic ingredient that has been recognized for relief of common rosacea symptoms such as redness, bumps and irritation, when used as directed. PROSACEA’s non-oily formula is non-comedogenic (doesn’t cause pimples) and won’t clog pores.
Does Retinol worsen rosacea?
Azelaic Acid: “People with rosacea have sensitive skin and using products with retinol or benzoyl peroxide can cause the skin to get red and inflamed, making the rosacea worse,” says Patel.
Why did I suddenly develop rosacea?
Anything that causes your rosacea to flare is called a trigger. Sunlight and hairspray are common rosacea triggers. Other common triggers include heat, stress, alcohol, and spicy foods. Triggers differ from person to person.
Is retinol good or bad for rosacea?
Doctors sometimes prescribe these to treat rosacea when antibiotics fail. Retinoids may help reduce the appearance of pus-filled or red bumps, but sometimes make skin redness and spider veins look worse. If you use retinoids, avoid supplements with vitamin A, which can cause serious side effects when taken in excess.