Rosacea can show up as: redness on the nose, cheeks, chin or forehead; visibly damaged blood vessels; small red papules. Triggers can be internal (stress) or external (food, wine/alcohol) in nature. There is no standard skin type for Rosacea but those with fair skin are predisposed. If you think you have Rosacea see your dermatologist.
Cleanse as recommended in the section for your skin type: Oily or Dry or Combination. Ensure products do not contain ingredients that irritate (see above).
Daily Routine - Step 2 - Treatment
See specific concern section on Fine Lines & Wrinkles, Under Eye Puffiness/Bags, etc. Ensure products do not contain the above irritating ingredients.
Daily Routine - Step 3 - Moisturize/Hydrate
It is thought that the epidermis is not responding properly with those with Rosacea. Moisturizing/Hydrating is a very important step in treating this condition as it can provide a barrier to protect the skin from stimuli. Ensure products do not contain the above irritating ingredients.
Step 4 - Sunscreen
Use a minimum SPF 15 or greater with a broad spectrum UVA/UVB formulation with natural Zinc Oxide or Titanium Dioxide (which are less irritating).
Step 5 - Cover up/Foundation/Make Up
TIP: Use a cover up with a green hue to it. The green balances out the red.
As recommended in the section for your skin type. Ensure products do not contain the above irritating ingredients.