Rosacea is a common skin condition that comes with symptoms like redness and visible blood vessels in the face. Small, red, pus-filled pimples can also emerge. These signs and symptoms of rosacea may appear for weeks or even months before disappearing. We gladly help you further on your quest to find possible cures or treatment of rosacea and tell you how Comme Ça’s plant-based skincare products can assist in caring for rosacea-prone skin.
TREATMENT OF ROSACEA
Rosacea is often confused with acne and other skin conditions. It can affect anyone, but it is most common among light skin women. Unfortunately, there is no cure for rosacea, but the right treatment, lifestyle, nutrition, and skincare products can help to control and reduce the rosacea symptoms. Our clean skincare products are specially designed for sensitive skin and can be very beneficial for skin with rosacea.
NATURAL SKINCARE PRODUCT
LA VITAMINE C AGAINST REDNESS
La Vitamine C Powder is the purest and most effective form of vitamin C; ascorbic acid. According to a study , vitamin C can reduce the redness caused by rosacea. La Vitamine C Powder is a very gentle yet powerful skin booster: the vitamin C boosts collagen production , which reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles , restores skin elasticity, reduces hyperpigmentation, and repairs the skin barrier [3, 4].
DO PRICKLY PEAR SEED OIL AND
ROSACEA GO WELL TOGETHER?
La Prickly Pear Seed Oil is a very gentle and organic face oil that works well to calm irritated skin due to its high vitamin E concentration . This facial oil is an astonishing moisturizer that softens and soothes the skin and is not only suitable for dry and mature skin, it can also be used for oily skin as it easily absorbs into the skin and doesn’t leave the skin feeling or looking greasy. It is also supercharged with vitamins to nourish and protect the skin.
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LE YOUTH SÉRUM FOR ROSACEA?
This face serum contains pure and organic vanilla, which has an extremely calming effect on irritated skin . The gorgeous blend of plant oils moisturizes the skin, while the vitamins and antioxidants protect against premature skin-ageing. The algae extract restores skin elasticity, and together with the Acmella Oleracea extract, reduces the visibility of fine lines and wrinkles [7,8].