Skin sensitivity? Facial redness? Rosacea? You are not the only one! You are not alone!

You’re not alone if you feel the pain of not being able to visit your trustee therapist for help with your skin. You can relieve your symptoms in a variety of ways. Read on to find out how you can get your skin back to normal.

Stick to a skincare routine.

It’s so easy to become complacent with our daily skincare routine now we are at home all day, but maintaining a routine to support your skin’s needs best is still very necessary, even more so if you are experiencing skin irritations/flare-ups.

The way you care for your skin and what you use on it will affect both the symptoms you experience and the results that you achieve. For sensitive skin and skin prone to Rosacea, you should use or introduce nourishing and relieving ingredients in your daily routine.

Green Tea, Licorice, and French Rose Essential Oil can reduce flushing and skin irritation while hydrating and soothing your skin. It is one of our best-loved skincare lines (and a worldwide favorite). This product is specially formulated to help those with sensitive skin desensitize, decongest, and relieve Rosacea’s discomfort.

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Practice mindfulness

Negative thinking can be stressful. Let’s face the facts: we’re all drowning in ‘doom and doom’ right now!

You can increase your mindfulness through a variety of methods, including mindfulness-based stress relief, yoga, meditation, and mindfulness.

Yoga is something I love to do, and it’s so simple to do at home. You don’t need to worry if you aren’t familiar with yoga but want to try it. You can find some excellent yoga apps or YouTube videos. While my children are home-schooled, they love starting their days with Cosmic Kid Yoga as well! All win!

Avoid alcohol

Are you currently in quarantine and working at home while home-schooling your children? While alcohol may seem like a necessity to some (I understand), it can actually worsen facial redness. You don’t have to stop drinking alcohol completely. However, you should reduce the amount you consume when you experience a flare-up. You will see a noticeable difference in the skin.

What you eat is important.

Certain foods may cause your skin to flush or heat up. Avoid or reduce the intake of foods when your skin is not good. Oranges, strawberries, and cashews are some of the foods to avoid. Curry dishes that are hot and spicy should also be avoided.

Foods rich in vitamins A & C, such as broccoli and sweet potatoes, carrots, and leafy vegetables, will strengthen your skin. Meanwhile, foods like salmon, almonds, and eggs, which are high in fatty acid, help to produce the natural oil barrier of the skin, essential for keeping it hydrated, plumper, and younger looking while protecting it against environmental irritants.

Avoid strenuous exercises

If you’re stuck at home, it isn’t the best time to do strenuous exercises. Instead, take some time to relax, practice yoga, or go on a walk.


Always use sun protection.

Sunlight is a trigger of Rosacea. Even if you think that you’re getting very little sun or none at all, you can still get sunlight through your windows. So keep it up! The Hydrating Sunscreen will be perfect for people with sensitive skin. The sunscreen not only protects against harmful rays but also nourishes the skin with Vitamin E, Green Tea, French Rose, and Aloe.

Francesca H
Avoid extreme temperatures

Hot tubs are not recommended for de-stressing. While a relaxing bubble bath may sound like a great way to relax, it will only make you more stressed. You don’t have to give up the idea of a bath, as it is a great way to relieve stress, even if you are missing your favorite spa treat. Just make sure that the water temperature is cooler and reduce your relaxation time.

Enjoy music

Music can be very relaxing for the mind and body.

Slow-paced instrumentals can help induce relaxation by lowering blood pressure, heart rate, and stress hormones. The sounds of nature can be very calming. (And they will take you back to a spa!) But listening to your favorite music can also be very relaxing.

Prioritize sleep

Who doesn’t enjoy a good sleep? Our “beauty” sleep is important not only for our general well-being but also for our skin. It’s the key to a radiant complexion! How does sleep affect our skin?