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Antioxidants and Anti-Irritants to Beat Rosacea

By KD Gates, CEO Celsaderm Skin Care

Sep 28 2015

Antioxidants and Anti-Irritants to Beat Rosacea

Rosacea (pronounced "roh-ZAY-sha") is a medical condition that is usually accompanied by small pus-filled bumps and redness most often found on the cheeks. At this time there isn't a cure for rosacea. However, using products filled to the brim with the antioxidants and anti-irritants listed below will help control inflammation, reduce redness, and improve the overall appearance of your skin.


 Antioxidants Anti-Irritants
Acai
Alpha lipoic acid
Amino Acids
Apple fruit extract
Beta-glucan
Black, green, red, white tea
Burdock root
Coenzyme Q10
Ferulic acid
Ginkgo Biloba
Grape seed
Idebenone
Pomegranate
Pro Vitamin B5 (Panthenol)
Propolis
Reishi
Resveratrol
Superoxide dismutase
Tetrahydrocurcuminoids
Tocopherols (mixed forms of vitamin E)
Ubiquinone
Vitamin A (Retinol)
Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide)
Vitamin C
Vitamin E
Algae
Allantoin
Aloe Vera
Bisabolol
Black, green, red, white tea
Blueberry
Burdock root
Ceramides
Chamomile
Cranberry extract & oil
Dead sea minerals
Elderberry
Ginkgo Biloba
Glycyrrhectic acid
Grape seed extract
Hyaluronic acid
Irish moss
Kelp
Licorice extract & root
Natural plant oils (olive, primrose, canola)
Oat extracts
Retinol (Vitamin A)
Tea tree oil
Willow bark
Willow herb

Remember: Applying products with a combination of antioxidants and anti-irritants works best to minimize the side effects of Rosacea. Also, for efficacy, make sure the product(s) you’re applying to your face is not packaged in a jar.  Skincare products packaged in jars are vulnerable to light, air, and bacteria.  Antioxidants will not remain stable once exposed to light and or air.  Bacteria from repeatedly dipping into the product with your fingers will make rosacea and any other skin condition worse.


Cheers to healthy and happy skin!



Cheers to healthy and happy skin!

K.D. Gates \ celsaderm.com


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