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Rosacea can present in many different ways - such as flushing, redness or uneven texture to the skin - but no matter what your symptoms, consistent skincare can make a world of difference.


These products are our favourites for a gentle routine that cleanses and hydrates, keeping irrititants and triggers to a minimum. Keep an eye out for ingredients such as alcohol, menthol and fragrance as they may disrupt the skin. If it stings, burns or irritates - try something else!


As your skin is especially sensitive due to rosacea, we recommend patch testing on the neck or inner arm before applying it to the face. Try to choose a simple routine that gives your skin exactly what it needs - to be cleansed, and to be well-hydrated.


It is so important to avoid harsh soaps and detergents, so try a gentle milky cleanser that locks in moisture. Be sure to use cool or lukewarm water, as hot water can damage the skin's barrier. Do not use a rough cloth for cleansing - we recommend a soft muslin cloth if you need to use one.


If cleansing is too much for your skin, try using a micellar cleanser. Best used on a high-quality cotton pad to remove makeup and the day's impurities, this nifty product tones and cleanses all in one. Don't rub, instead but press the pad against your skin before gently wiping.


There are so many great options out there when it comes to moisturisers suitable for rosacea! French brands such as Bioderma, La Roche-Posay or Uriage specialise in creating products for reactive skin.


Still not sure on the best option or routine for your skin, or need some instructions? Contact us, we'd love to help! Get in touch with our trained customer service agents, by simply filling out this form.

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L'Occitane Shea Butter Ultra Rich Face Cream




3.9 of 12 reviews

L'Occitane Immortelle Eye Balm




4.3 of 4 reviews

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Recent reviews on Rosacea products

The Ordinary
The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%

Excellent- helped with cystic acne

I have bad hormonal acne and this product calmed my redness and and reduced my breakouts. It's easy to apply, but I do get a pilling if i apply it too heavily, which is easy to do. It has no noticeable odour and has a lovely mattifying effect.
Alpha-H Absolute Eye Complex


It really hydrates and moisturises your under eyes but I did not notice a reduction in the lines under my eyes or a reduction in the dark circles.
The Ordinary
The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5

Immediate plumping effect

My mum can’t live without this product! She (55, combination skin) uses it in her nightly routine as well as in the morning before applying make up. I (28, oily skin) only use it occasionally because it tends to sit on top of my skin but it still has an immediate plumping effect on me - especially around the eyes. If you have baggage in that area, this hyaluronic acid is for you

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