By keeping a rosacea journal to notate what you did, ate, and drank on days that you have rosacea flare-up, you may be able to figure out some of your personal rosacea triggers and avoid them better in the future.
Can Rosacea Be Cured?
There is currently no permanent cure to rosacea, and once you have a rosacea flare-up you may continue to experience rosacea symptoms off and on or persistently.
There are, however, many treatments and strategies to help you prevent flares, reduce their severity when they occur, or reduce their occurrence rate.
Making lifestyle changes to avoid triggers, medicated topical treatments, oral medications, stress reduction techniques, UV light avoidance, or laser therapy performed in a clinic.
Once you have a diagnosis of rosacea, your doctor will analyze the type of rosacea you are experiencing, and suggest a treatment for you.
It is not recommended to let rosacea go untreated, as the symptoms may worsen or progress over time without addressing them.
Rosacea Treatment Online With Strut Health
Even though you do not have to worry about rosacea being contagious to others around you, it is still recommended to receive treatment for the condition sooner rather than later.
Here at Strut Health, we have developed once-daily topical rosacea formulas that combine multiple prescription rosacea medications into one cream, to try and give you better relief from rosacea symptoms.
You can have a quick 10-15 minute free online consultation with our U.S. licensed doctors today to have your rosacea evaluated.
If a prescription rosacea medication is right for you, your prescription therapy can be shipped to your front door with our free 2-day shipping.
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