What products should I use for rosacea?

What is the best skin care routine for rosacea?

To help patients who have rosacea with skin care, dermatologists offer these tips:

  • Cleanse your face twice a day — very gently. …
  • Moisturize every day. …
  • Protect your skin from the sun year round. …
  • Choose rosacea friendly skin care products. …
  • Test skin care products and makeup before applying them to your face.

What products should you not use with rosacea?

Avoid potent ingredients: Amy Fu, H2O+ director of R&D, says more skincare ingredients to avoid if you have rosacea include: alcohol, witch hazel, menthol, camphor, eucalyptus oil, peppermint, and glycolic acid.

What is the best thing to wash your face with if you have rosacea?

Avoid bar soaps (especially deodorant soaps) which can strip your skin of its natural oils. Instead, choose a liquid or creamy cleanser such as Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser, Purpose Gentle Cleansing Wash, or Clinique Comforting Cream Cleanser.

What skin products do dermatologists recommend for rosacea?

Topical

  • Metronidazole. This topical agent, which has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects, is considered a gold-standard treatment for rosacea. …
  • Azelaic Acid. …
  • Brimonidine Tartrate. …
  • Ivermectin. …
  • Tretinoin cream. …
  • Sodium sulfacetamide and sulphur. …
  • Antibiotics. …
  • Isotretinoin.
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Is Cetaphil or CeraVe better for rosacea?

Cetaphil is one of the most recommended skin products by dermatologists, and is one of the gentlest formulas. … CeraVe Moisturizing Lotion is another great lotion for rosacea that provides all day moisturization and has been clinically proven to improve skin hydration.

Why do I suddenly have 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 Vaseline good for rosacea?

The triggers and symptoms of rosacea vary widely from case to case, but research by dermatologists suggests that occlusives like petroleum jelly are safe and even beneficial for people who have rosacea. The “occlusive” property of Vaseline protects skin that is red and inflamed and may help it to heal.