CURE ROSACEA РNEW INFORMATION, HELP AND HOPE FOR ADULT ACNE  (Natural Skin Care) by Julia Busch (Kindle Edition)

Very different from ordinary “garden variety” acne, a mild case of rosacea can result in slight flushing (vasodilation) in the middle of the face.

Severe cases display excessive redness in the cheeks and nose, greasiness, enlarged pores, lumpy swellings, thickened skin, and often permanent scarring.

Not usually obvious in youth, rosacea develops over time, becoming more noticeable after age 30, with peak age onset between 30 to 60. A staph infection is sometimes involved; eyelids may redden, sting and burn with conjunctivitis.

More and more information is coming to light. For instance, rosacea seems to have genetic ties. And while it affects more women than men, especially emotional, rosy, fair, thin-skinned women who tend to suppress their tempers, interestingly, symptoms are more pronounced in men.

Special, delicate care must be taken with rosacea complexions, dietary factors have been known to help as well as essential oils. And recently, new information which points to digestive bacterial involvement offers real hope to successfully address rosacea. This book reveals this information along with critical natural skin care to control rosacea with simple steps. More…

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