Rosacea– chronic, inflammatory skin disease, affects about 1- 10% of the population.


It is manifested by redness of the facial skin in the area of the forehead, cheeks, nose and chin, and in the advanced stage changes in the form of pustules and papules.





hormonal disorders or taking hormonal contraception,

circulatory system disorders,

digestive system diseases,


poor elasticity of the capillary walls,

allergies and skin diseases,

improper skin care.

Bad influence:


temperature fluctuations, frost, strong wind,

stress, emotions,

physical effort,


strong coffee,

alcohol, smoking,

hot spices,

air conditioning, dry air,

excessive exposure to the sun, sunbed,

long term topical steroid use.

According to the classification adopted by the National Rosacea Society, the following forms of rosacea are distinguished:


erythematotelangiectatic rosacea: transient or persistent erythema occurs on the face, changes are accompanied by telangiectasias, facial swelling, burning and burning sensation of the skin within the changes;


papulopustular rosacea: present persistent erythema in the center of the face, with intermittent papules and pustules;


phymatous rosacea: the skin is thickened, with an irregular surface, with the presence of nodular changes. The most common lesions include the nose (rhinophyma), chin, forehead, cheeks and ears. Folliculitis within hypertrophic lesions is common;


ocular rosacea: skin changes occur around the eyes, as well as in the organ of vision itself; chronic inflammation of the eyelid margins, conjunctiva and cornea, tearing and bloodshot eyes, burning, stinging and itching, photophobia, feeling of the presence of a foreign body in the eye. A symptom of rosacea is also dysfunction or inflammation of the meibomian glands (recurrent chalazions and barley, as a result of staphylococcal infection).

Stages of development of the disease:

increased vascular reactivity- flushing of the skin on the face;

frequent expansion and contraction of the vessels then leads to thickening of their walls and permanent dilation – the formation of telangiectasia. In addition, the permeability of the capillary walls increases and edema and inflammation form in the intercellular spaces. Redness is accompanied by skin irritation, rash, itching and burning sensation of the skin;

in the advanced stage, there are inflammatory infiltrates, edema, papulopustular and hypertrophic changes (the skin becomes thickened, with an irregular surface, with the presence of nodular changes, and often folliculitis occurs in this area). One symptom of severe rosacea is rhinophyma.



strengthening blood vessels,

proper home care,

supplementation: vitamins C, B2, PP- niacin/ B3, K, A, E, flavonoids, omega 3 acids, calcium, iron, zinc.

Active ingredients helpful in skin care with capillaries:

vitamin C, horse chestnut, arnica, vitamin K, vitamin E, yarrow, witch hazel, sea algae, calendula, rutin, niacin, silicon, ginkgo biloba, macadamia oil, avocado oil, asian pennywort, polyphenols, escin, ruscus, sodium sulfacetamide 10% and sulfur 5%, azelaic acid 15-20%, metronidazole 0.75-1%.

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