A Dermatologist's Guide To Rosacea Skin Care | Dear Derm | Well+Good

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If you have rosacea, or think you might have rosacea this episode will answer all of your questions. Dr. Mona Gohara is taking us through what to look for if you think you have rosacea, plus her best advice for rosacea skincare. She recommends products, a routine, and treatments to try with your dermatologist. Check out all of her product recommendations below, and comment any questions! #rosaceaskincare #skincare #wellandgood

Mona’s Recommended Rosacea Products:
Isdin Melatonik: https://fave.co/3bRaBpX
Avene RetrinAL: https://fave.co/3giebgm

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How to get rid of blackheads: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0cx6RGL0dE

All about peptides: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOknVh7Dkog
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20 thoughts on “A Dermatologist's Guide To Rosacea Skin Care | Dear Derm | Well+Good

  1. #drokooboh cured my Genital herpes that i have been struggling for years. Thanks so much doc for you heebal cure so fast and reliable working with him….

  2. I don't think it was super super common 20 or so years ago. Am I drunk? What is the difference. When I first got diagnosed I seemed like the only person I knew with Rosacea.

  3. If you have mites, they give you antibiotics – oral and topical. Some treat with metronidazole (form of gel or cream applied to skin). I was given this and it did not help. Depending on what kind of rosacea you have, this can be help or not.

    I have redness/large pores and time to time when it flares up really bad, I have bumps and pimples (papulopustular rosacea). For this, my dermatologist prescribes me hydrocortizone 2.5% but not recommended to use often because it causes the thinning of the skin – which can lead to broken capillaries. So he tells me to use any 1% which is available over the counter. This does help but not as much as 2.5%.

    I go for regular laser treatments and it helps to suppress the inflammation and reduces the visible capillaries. Some dermatologists have recommended me for an ultrasound facial. All these treatments help to only SUPPRESS and not cure. Not to mention, it is super expensive.

    I've been misdiagnosed in my teen years and they have told me that this is acne. They prescribed me acne medicine and it made it worse.

    Now I've been doing this research for years on my own and through trial and error, I think my next approach is to try Chinese herbal medicine. To treat it from inside out. All the dermatologists tell you to treat it on the surface because that is what they're trained to do. Either prescribe topical creams or antibiotics – which is not long term.

  4. Getting rid of herpes virus was hard for me I had HSV for years and then I came across Dr Vincent Mba who used his herbs to cure me and now I’m cured completely. dr.vincentmba02@gmail.com, Thank you so much Doc…..

  5. If you have rosaceea …you have demodex mites living on your face. Use tea tree oil 2 times a day at least but please make sure you dilute it 50% with coconut oil for around your eyes. You have to clean the whole face and eyes (remember for the eyes 50% tea tree oil and 50% coconut oil because it is too strong and it is going to burn your eyes). You have to do this for at least 2 months every day and you will have a normal, beautiful, glowing face. Nobody will tell you this because acneea, rosaceea is a billion dollar business and big pharma makes tons of moneys on this. Good luck!!!

  6. i completely changed my diet and it helped massively. i used to have to take antibiotics every few months. Now i don't need anything. I stopped eating diary apart from a little goats cheese. No bread, no pasta, no potato. Raw vegetables and sauerkraut every day. A bowl of mixed berries every day. Supplements magnesium, zinc, omega 3 oil, vitamin D and MSM. You need filtered alkaline water too. My advice is go to a nutritionist. It worked for me.

  7. Thank you for the SPF tip. I was honestly skipping SPF for the last two years because my skin is sensitive to it. It was cause redness and breakouts. I’m excited to try these ingredients/products!!

  8. What is the best way to cure my acne naturally? I read a lot of great opinions on the net about how exactly Fopobiacne Secrets can help you clear your acne naturally. Has anybody tried this popular acne treatment?

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