Hello and welcome to another edition of our weekly newsletter here at Vysana. I’m Dr. Sunny Dhesi, your guide on the journey to wellness and beauty. In this edition of our newsletter, we’re peeling back the layers of a common yet often misunderstood skin condition: rosacea. Let’s explore what it is, what causes it, and how we can manage it together.
The Many Faces of Rosacea
Rosacea is a chameleon of the skin conditions, presenting itself in various forms and intensities. Some may experience it as a mild blush across the cheeks, while others might endure a more severe manifestation that flares up without warning. It’s a chronic inflammatory condition that primarily graces the face with its presence, affecting people across the spectrum of skin types.
The Lighter Side of Skin and Rosacea’s Predilection
While rosacea can visit any skin type, it shows a particular fondness for lighter complexions. However, it’s not exclusive and can indeed affect those with Asian or African skin. It’s more prevalent among women, which is why it’s a frequent topic of discussion in my clinic.
Symptoms and Self-Consciousness: The Rosacea Experience
The symptoms of rosacea are as varied as they are vexing. From blushing and flushing to bumps and pustules that mimic acne, rosacea can make your skin feel sensitive and reactive. It’s not just a physical ailment; it’s an emotional one too, as it can stir up feelings of self-consciousness, especially during those sudden and unpredictable flare-ups.
Rosacea: Triggers and Management
The exact cause of rosacea remains a mystery, but we know it involves dilated blood vessels and an overzealous immune response. Triggers are diverse, ranging from sunlight to spicy foods, and even certain vitamins like niacin. Managing rosacea is about understanding and avoiding these triggers while maintaining a robust skincare routine.
Rosacea and Menopause: The Hormonal Connection
There’s a fascinating intersection between rosacea and menopause. As estrogen levels decline, so does the skin’s ability to maintain its barrier function. This hormonal shift can usher in rosacea, often between the ages of 35 to 50—a period that coincides with perimenopause and menopause.
Your Rosacea Allies: Creams, Serums, and Mindfulness
In the battle against rosacea, your arsenal should include cream-based cleansers, gentle serums, and hydrating emollients. Our Made of More product range, including a light day cream and a hydrating night souffle, can be powerful allies. And let’s not forget the role of mindfulness in setting our intention for the day, especially as we enter the darker, colder months.
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