Acne Rosacea


Description: Disease affecting adults, initially shows face skin redness that becomes persistent and more extended. In a second time you come to true acne rosacea with nodules and pustular folliculitis

Natural active ingredients for disorder prevention and control: 

Bioflavonoids / Beta-carotene from CARROT –  Anthocyanosides from BLUEBERRY  – Vitamina C from ROSE HIP   – Ruscogenine from RUSCUS ACULEATUS  – Asiaticoside from CENTELLA ASIATICA  – Iperoside form BIRCH –   Licopene from  TOMATO  – Coenzyme Q10 –  CHAMOMILLE  and MARIGOLD for external use

All the above mentioned active ingredients have been included in the formulation of the food supplements listed at the end of this page

Typically, rosacea affects people between the ages of 30 and 50, which is why it is often referred to as “adult acne”. The cause of rosacea is unknown, but some people tend to develop this disorder.
Typical symptoms include redness, visibility of small blood vessels and sometimes small pimples, which appear on the cheeks and nose. Rosacea that affects eyes (ocular rosacea) is often accompanied by rosacea that affects face. Symptoms of ocular rosacea can include inflammation of eyelids, conjunctiva, iris, sclera, cornea or a combination of these symptoms, which causes itching, the sensation of having something in the eye, redness and swelling of the eye.
For internal use, BLUEBERRY, thanks to the action of anthocyanin glycosides, promotes the regeneration of RODOPSIN, a protein that improves the quality of vision. It is therefore used as a sight protector, for diabetic retinopathy and the opacification of the lens. It also acts on the circulatory system as it promotes the protection of  capillaries, thus avoiding their visible damage in acne rosacea.
For external use, MARIGOLD is suitable for the creation of creams, tinctures or wraps against acne, boils, burns and ulcers. In fact, in dermocosmetics, calendula is widely used, recommended from time to time as a nourishing and protective anti-acne  (in eye drops and intimate cleansers).

Dietary recommendations: Follow a diet rich in carbohydrates, fruits and vegetables. Eliminate completely: alcoholic beverages, spicy foods, pepper, chillies and pickled products. Reduce salt and drink a lot during the day.  Diet for hepatobiliary and digestive disorders (download  pdf)    

Lifestyle: Reduce sun exposure as much as possible, do not overdo physical effort and sports activities, reduce mental stress

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