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Using a gentle and specific cleanser is important so as to remove and triggers for Rosacea without causing irritation.


Skin cleansing

Removes oil, dead skin cells, dirt, debris, and bacteria.

Use non-soap cleansers.

Cleanse twice a day.

Do not use soap.

Ideal cleanser

  • Leaves no residue

  • Non-comedogenic

  • Lipid free

  • Contains nonionic surfactants

  • Neutral or slightly acidic pH

Cleansing Tips

  • Avoid scrubbing the skin.

  • Using your fingertips, wash your skin with a cleanser suitable for your skin type.

  • Avoid using an abrasive washcloth or sponge, which may irritate.

  • Rinse away the cleanser with cool or lukewarm water. Hot or chilly water may cause flushing or irritation.

  • If the face is irritated by water at any temperature, try using a soothing cream cleanser - tissue off.

  • Gently blot your face dry with a thick-pile cotton towel.

  • Don't rub your skin, as this may cause irritation.

  • Since stinging most often occurs on damp skin, wait 30 minutes for the face to dry completely before applying any topical medication.

  • Slowly reduce the drying time - find the least amount of time your skin needs to avoid a stinging sensation.

  • After applying topical medication, wait five to 10 minutes before applying moisturiser, sunscreen, or makeup.

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