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How can I treat rosacea myself?

Dr. Ellen Marmur, MD
Dermatology

Always wear sunblock, and know your personal rosacea triggers so you can avoid them. Gravitate toward using anti-redness cleanser and a moisturizer that contains anti-inflammatory ingredients such as allantoin, aloe, or chamomile. Anyone with moderate to severe rosacea should see a dermatologist, who can get this chronic situation under control with medications.

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