Benefits of Aloe Vera Rosacea Treatment
Rosacea, sometimes called adult acne, is a common skin condition characterized by redness (not always present) and pimples on the nose, cheeks, chin, and forehead. Sufferers may experience pain in the eyelids and eyes. This condition can be very embarrassing and should not be taken lightly as it can get worse. There is no known cause yet, but for some reason, it tends to affect people with fair skin and in some cases, it runs in families.
Acne-like bumps are more pronounced on the face than on other body areas such as the chest, neck, scalp, and ears. In earlier days, we thought that rosacea was caused by alcohol abuse, but it is not. But it’s true that for people with this type of skin condition, drinking alcohol can cause flare-ups. Unfortunately, there’s no cure for rosacea (at least not yet), you can only treat it. If you want a natural remedy, you can consider Aloe Rosacea Treatment.
Why aloe Vera?
We already know the moisturizing effects of Aloe on the skin but not a lot of us are aware of its anti-inflammatory properties. It contains B-sitosterol which can treat various skin conditions. So the news that Rosacea is one of the many conditions that Aloe can treat is not surprising at all. It has vitamins and minerals to help the skin generate new healthy cells faster. The enzymes found in Aloe can help soothe and calm the skin. Its detoxifying properties aid in removing free radicals.
Aloe Vera is one of nature’s finest moisturizers. It keeps the skin hydrated and nourished. Aloe can penetrate deeply into the skin, up to seven layers deep, which is much better than its synthetic counterparts. It contains healing agents to help with redness, inflammation, and irritation.
Experts strongly suggest using pure Aloe Vera gel on Rosacea so you can reap its full benefits. The problem with commercially-prepared gels is that they contain other chemicals that can cause irritation or Rosacea flare-ups. If you can’t cultivate your plant at home, find a brand that says 100% pure Aloe gel on the label. Long-term users of this miracle herb have noticed significant changes in their symptoms.
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Using Aloe won’t be enough to control Rosacea completely. You must know the trigger factors by heart to avoid them. Understanding your skin condition will help you prevent frequent episodes of flare-ups.
Here is a list of Rosacea Triggers
(every item on the list may not be accurate for every Rosacea sufferer):
-Hot baths or saunas
-Vigorous exercise or “Lift and Load” jobs
-Hot Food (in temperature)
-Cheese (except Cottage Cheese)
-Abrupt Change in Emotion
-Caffeine Withdrawal Syndrome
-Certain Medications (blood pressure drugs, topical steroids, opiate painkillers)
How to Treat Rosacea Naturally
As I’ve mentioned earlier, Rosacea has no cure yet but with proper treatment, you can control the symptoms successfully. Your doctor may prescribe antibiotic pills or creams and you will see results in a month or two. If you do not welcome the idea of using antibiotics, you can always turn to natural remedies.
Apply Aloe Vera gel (pure/100%) on your face or the affected area twice daily. Use all-natural products if possible. There are tons of mild cleansers that you can find in grocery stores or health stores. To make the Aloe Rosacea Treatment more effective, you can apply a mask once or twice every week. Mix 1 tbsp. of Licorice Powder with 1 tsp. of Honey, add 1 tsp. of Aloe gel and mix everything. Apply it on your face and leave it for 15 to 20 minutes before rinsing.