What is Rosacea (Rose) Disease? Is There a Cure for Rose Disease? Skin Care Recommendations for Rosacea Skin

What is Rose (Rosa) Disease?

Rose or Roza Disease is a skin disease characterized by excessive redness of the skin in which hypersensitivity and reactive conditions develop. Although it is known as Roza Disease in Latin because it reveals a pink-red skin appearance, it has been translated into Turkish as Rose Disease. In addition to the pink-red skin appearance in rose disease, sometimes acne, sometimes enlarged capillaries, sometimes pustules protruding from the skin, and sometimes tiny rash-like skin rashes can be observed.

What Causes Rose (Rosa) Disease?

The cause of rosacea is unknown. Although there are many theories as to why, a definite cause has not yet been found medically.

Is There a Cure for Rose (Rosa) Disease?

In order to treat a disease, its cause must be known precisely. Since the cause of rosacea is still unknown, there is no definitive treatment yet.

How is Rose (Rosa) Disease Treated?

Unfortunately, there is no cure for rosacea. You can keep rosacea under control by making lifestyle changes, avoiding triggers, and using appropriate skin care products. Unfortunately, oral medications prescribed by doctors to control the attacks of rosacea do not provide a permanent solution. The best solution to rosacea is to support the skin with appropriate skin care, avoid situations that will trigger rosacea attacks, and lead a healthy lifestyle.

Is There a Cure for Rose (Rosa) Disease?

Although dermatologists try to adopt a treatment approach with prescription drugs, there is no drug that cures Rose Disease. Prescribed medications are often used to control symptoms, relieve attacks, and relax the person. Although drugs or herbal mixtures sold or marketed as Rose Disease medicine or Rose Disease Cream by hope merchants provide short-term relief, unfortunately they cannot be a definitive solution to the disease. There is no medicine or cream that treats or cures rosacea, either herbally or scientifically. We hope that in the future, scientists can develop a medicine or cream that will be good for rose disease.

Is Rose Disease Contagious?

Unlike many skin diseases, Rose Disease is not contagious. Since there is no transmission, there is no risk of transmission in contact with a person with Rose Disease. You can live safely with people with this disease and share the same house and furniture.

When Does Rose (Roza) Disease Pass?

Rose disease, unfortunately, does not go away on its own. Although you experience a decrease in the number and severity of attacks from time to time, it is very likely to manifest itself in a period when you lose control. Like many chronic diseases, it would be the wisest approach to live with Rose Disease and learn how to control it.

What are the Risk Factors Caused by Rose (Rosa) Disease?

It is known that rosacea affects women 20 times more than men. It is also more common after the age of 30. A family history of Rose Disease, smoking and any autoimmune disease other than the skin are also risk factors for Rosacea.

What Triggers Attacks of Rose Disease?

Unfortunately, stress is the most important factor that triggers the attacks of Rose Disease. Other triggers may vary from person to person. In fact, sometimes a non-triggering situation can cause sensitivity and attack in the person over time. For this, the best approach is for the patient to know and observe himself and his skin very well. The other most important trigger is sunlight. Rosacea patients should avoid the sun and use a sunscreen suitable for their skin in all seasons. In addition, very hot weather, wind and dusty environments are not good for Roza Patients. From foods, extremely spicy foods, extremely hot foods and alcohol can trigger attacks. In addition, excessive physical exercise is not recommended for people with rosacea, as it will trigger attacks.

How Can You Keep Rose Disease Under Control?

We said that there is no cure for rosacea. Like all incurable diseases, it is very important for people living with this disease to pay attention to their lifestyle, to know their triggers very well and to use appropriate care products. The most effective thing that can be done as a lifestyle change is to learn stress management. Because excessive stress is considered as one of the causes of the disease and is at the top of the list of triggers. For stress management, you can give importance to yoga, meditation, breathing exercises and mindfulness. Of course, a stress-free life is not possible, but when you learn to manage your stress, your skin will be able to tolerate it more easily.

Also, identifying your triggers very well and avoiding them is what will protect you the most while living with this disease. You should never stop observing your skin, keeping in mind that triggers can change over time and new ones can be added to replace the old ones.

The skin and personal care products you use are also important for keeping Rosacea under control. It will be good for your skin to avoid care products that are overloaded with chemicals, drying, suppressing, overly colored and scented.

How should the skin care of patients with rosacea be?

Skin with rosacea is skin that has developed hypersensitivity. People with Rose Disease must first understand what is not good for sensitive skin. Rosacea skin care should be absolutely natural and gentle. Because the increase in the chemical load in the products increases in direct proportion to the possibility of experiencing a reaction on the skin. Remember that rosacea skin is extremely reactive.

The most important cream that people with rose disease should use is sunscreen cream. It wouldn't be an exaggeration to call the sunscreen cream the Rose Disease cream. Because the sun is one of the most important triggers of rosacea attacks. Protecting yourself from the sun gives you an important advantage in controlling the disease. With a colorless and odorless sunscreen with a high protection factor, produced using as much natural resources as possible, you will achieve a noticeable reduction in your complaints.

The second most important product is skin cleanser. The cleanser for rosaceous skin should be a gentle cleanser, without dissolving or removing the precious oil layer (sebum) on the skin, and even by supporting sebum if possible. The best option here are oil-based gentle cleansers.

It is very important that the skin with rosacea does not dry out, because as the skin dries, your inflammation, itching and redness increase. For this, ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, niacinamide, panthenol and urea in skin care help your skin retain moisture. You can look for these ingredients in your serum or moisturizer.

Do Natural Oils Work in Roza Skin Care?

It is beneficial to use natural oils as their antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and softening effects will support the barrier function of the skin. Make sure that the oils are obtained from completely natural sources, so there is no adulteration and spoilage. Natural oils alone are not enough for the skin care of rosaceous skin, do not forget to add a water-based moisturizer to skin care.

How Should Essential (Aromatic) Oil Be Used on Skin With Rosacea?

Even if it is obtained from natural sources, direct application of essential oil to the skin of rosaceous skin may cause a reaction. Direct use of essential oils is risky in Rose Disease as it may cause irritation. It is wiser to dilute (reduce the percentage) oils with a high safety margin. Although the use of essential oils on rosacea skin is still controversial, their use in trace amounts with expert advice may give positive results due to their antibacterial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. In the skin care products and massage oils you use, it will be appropriate to use essential oils by making sure that the necessary safety calculations are made by expert companies.

Which Skin Care Products Shouldn't Use With Rosacea Skin?

Since the skin becomes oversensitive and overreactive with rosacea, staying away from skin care products that are peeling, harsh, allergic, over-scented or colored, and with an extremely low or high pH will help you control the disease. Trying sunscreens, cleansers, creams and serums specially formulated for rosaceous skin and maintaining your skin care with them will relieve you in the short and long term.

What Should the Skin Care Routine Be Like for Rosacea Skin?

Sun Cream Selection for Rosacea Skin:

The use of sunscreen is very important for rosaceous skin. You should definitely use your sunscreen choice to prevent reactions that may occur on your skin. Just because it is natural, mineral filters may not provide enough protection from the sun, so sunscreens with hybrid filters will provide optimal protection.

Cleanser Selection for Rosacea Skin:

Another important care product is a cleanser for Rosacea Skin. Cleaning gels and foams, which generally contain harsh detergents, can cause tension, burning, irritation and irritation on the skin of people with Rose Disease. It is recommended to wash your face once a day with a gentle and mild cleanser. Oil-based cleansers meet your daily cleaning needs and clean your skin with high performance without drying it out.

Moisturizing Cream Selection for Rosacea Skin:

Water-based moisturizers are very important in skin care of rosacea skin. Keeping sensitized skin moist and soft can inhibit the reaction. The production of creams for rosaceous skin from natural and organic raw materials is essential to keep the skin's reactions under control. In addition, ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, niacinamide, panthenol and urea in your moisturizer can relax you.

Skin Serum Selection for Rosacea Skin:

Skin serums for rosaceous skin should be more anti-inflammatory. It should be able to control the reactions of the skin and at the same time calm it. It will be useful to seek and use calming ingredients obtained from natural sources such as rosaceous skin serum, aloe vera, bisabolol, and the same sefa.

Sample Skin Care Routine with Evolvy Products for Rosacea Skin

Evening Skin Care Routine for Rosacea Skin:

Morning Skin Care Routine for Rosacea Skin:

We wish you beautiful and healthy days when you are at peace with your skin.

If you have more questions about Skin Care in Rosacea (Rose) Disease, you can reach us via Instagram @evolvy.skincare profile or by email at info@evolvy.co.

with love

On behalf of the Evolvy team

Pharmacist Evrim Damar Guest

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