Here’s how to go about relieving your Rosacea symptoms the easy way. It is possible, so don’t believe that it isn’t. The tips I’m going to share with you in this short article can help you to find relief from your Rosacea without really affecting your daily routine. So if you’re ready to take the next step in easing your Rosacea symptoms, READ THIS NOW.
Rosacea Symptoms – Are Sunny Days Causing Yours?
There are many different things which are known to trigger Rosacea outbreaks but, once you understand the things that bring on your own Rosacea attacks you can easily introduce some simple changes to your lifestyle that will have an enormous impact on both the frequency and intensity of your Rosacea symptoms.
I’ve listed here one of the most common triggers and some tips which will enable you to control your Rosacea without too much disruption to your life.
Rosacea symptoms – Exposure to sunlight
Sunlight almost certainly plays a role in the aetiology of Rosacea, although the symptoms are most commonly seen amongst those with a Celtic heritage and complexion. Rosacea symptoms which may indicate a sun related flare-up occur mainly on the exposed convex areas of the face and may seem more apparent around unprotected areas around the eyes.
The actual constituent within sunlight which is believed to be a main cause of Rosacea amongst susceptible parts of the population is UVA light. These rays have a relatively long wavelength and are therefore not absorbed by the protective ozone layer. For this reason they are responsible for between 90 and 95 percent of all ultraviolet which reaches the surface of the earth.
UVA rays penetrate deep into the skin and are largely responsible for the early stages of suntanning but they are also implicated in premature skin aging, and more importantly for Rosacea sufferers, they tend to suppress the immune system.
So what can you do if you believe that your Rosacea symptoms are brought about by exposure to sunlight?
Luckily for us, the solutions to this particular Rosacea trigger are pretty simple.
The first thing that you should try to do is, wherever possible, avoid exposure to bright sunlight as much as possible. I’m not suggesting that you become a hermit and never set foot outside the door, but rather, whenever the sun shines down, try to resist the temptation to peel off and don your flimsiest summer tops, instead cover up exposed skin with light and airy blouses.
You should also wear a wide brimmed hat to limit the exposure of your face and particularly you cheeks to the sunlight. And finally, don’t forget to apply a good quality suncream, your local pharmacy will be able to order a Rosacea friendly brand if they don’t already stock one.
Just by following these three simple tips you will soon find that your Rosacea symptoms will have significantly decreased or even disappeared completely.