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The Top 5 Ingredients to Calm Redness in Rosacea-Prone Skin

Written by Dr. James Macdonald MD, HBSc

Exploring the Ingredients: A Comprehensive Analysis of Ingredients Available for Calming Rosacea.

Rosacea is a chronic, yet fairly common skin disorder. Its trademark symbol? Small, red, pus-filled bumps that come about during a flare-up, which can make it difficult to distinguish from acne at times. Other symptoms include redness, flushing, and patchy dryness which are typically present on the face, particularly the nose, cheeks, and forehead, though it has been known to travel to the neck, chest, and back.

Leading Rosacea specialist and Founder of Riversol Skincare, Dermatologist Dr. Jason Rivers, spent 30 years in clinical practice before devoting 8 years to the development a routine of skincare products for his most deserving patients, those with sensitive, rosacea-prone skin.

He created a skincare trio to help reduce the effects and signs of Rosacea. The rosacea skincare routine includes a gentle cleanser, anti-redness serum and comforting moisturizer – all formulated to work together to keep your skin calm, healthy and even-toned. And it’s all yours to try for 15 days for free. If interested the kit is below.

Though there are a ton of products out there claiming to treat it, there are only a few that truly do the job of calming the redness. Here are some extremely helpful ingredients to look out for when deciding on products for your Rosacea.

The Top 5 Ingredients to Calm Redness in Rosacea-Prone Skin

Written by Dr. James Macdonald MD, HBSc

Exploring the Ingredients: A Comprehensive Analysis of Ingredients Available for Calming Rosacea.

Rosacea is a chronic, yet fairly common skin disorder. Its trademark symbol? Small, red, pus-filled bumps that come about during a flare-up, which can make it difficult to distinguish from acne at times. Other symptoms include redness, flushing, and patchy dryness which are typically present on the face, particularly the nose, cheeks, and forehead, though it has been known to travel to the neck, chest, and back.

Leading Rosacea specialist and Founder of Riversol Skincare, Dermatologist Dr. Jason Rivers, spent 30 years in clinical practice before devoting 8 years to the development a routine of skincare products for his most deserving patients, those with sensitive, rosacea-prone skin.

He created a skincare trio to help reduce the effects and signs of Rosacea. The rosacea skincare routine includes a gentle cleanser, anti-redness serum and comforting moisturizer – all formulated to work together to keep your skin calm, healthy and even-toned. And it’s all yours to try for 15 days for free. If interested the kit is below.

Though there are a ton of products out there claiming to treat it, there are only a few that truly do the job of calming the redness. Here are some extremely helpful ingredients to look out for when deciding on products for your Rosacea.

The Top 5 Ingredients to Calm Redness in Rosacea-Prone Skin

Written by Dr. James Macdonald MD, HBSc

Exploring the Ingredients: A Comprehensive Analysis of Ingredients Available for Calming Rosacea.

Rosacea is a chronic, yet fairly common skin disorder. Its trademark symbol? Small, red, pus-filled bumps that come about during a flare-up, which can make it difficult to distinguish from acne at times. Other symptoms include redness, flushing, and patchy dryness which are typically present on the face, particularly the nose, cheeks, and forehead, though it has been known to travel to the neck, chest, and back.

Leading Rosacea specialist and Founder of Riversol Skincare, Dermatologist Dr. Jason Rivers, spent 30 years in clinical practice before devoting 8 years to the development a routine of skincare products for his most deserving patients, those with sensitive, rosacea-prone skin.

He created a skincare trio to help reduce the effects and signs of Rosacea. The rosacea skincare routine includes a gentle cleanser, anti-redness serum and comforting moisturizer – all formulated to work together to keep your skin calm, healthy and even-toned. And it’s all yours to try for 15 days for free. If interested the kit is below.

Though there are a ton of products out there claiming to treat it, there are only a few that truly do the job of calming the redness. Here are some extremely helpful ingredients to look out for when deciding on products for your Rosacea.

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5 Top Ingredients for Rosacea Calming in 2024

01

Azelaic Acid

A compound found in wheat, rye, and barley, azelaic acid is a well-known rosacea helper as its skin-soothing properties help calm persistent redness and sensitivity. Plus, it acts as a mild exfoliant to unclog and refine pores, which is a huge help in targeting the bumps, breakouts and enlarged pores that go along with condition. The thing with azelaic acid however is that it takes a couple of weeks to do its job. So when used consistently, you should start to see results within about a month or so.

02

Niacinamide

If you’re into health and nutrition, even in the slightest, you’re no stranger to the importance of B vitamins, namely B3. The topical form is niacinamide, a water-soluble B3 with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, making it a good ally to have in your skincare regimen if you’re a rosacea-sufferer. It improves texture and it can also help strengthen the protective barrier function of the skin by increasing the natural lipids found on the surface, while reducing water loss.

03

Tranexamic Acid

A fairly new player in the rosacea treatment game, tranexamic acid is derived from essential amino acid lysine, it’s said to boast some of the most incredible benefits when it comes to hyperpigmentation, scarring, or splotchy red complexions, aka the hallmark of rosacea. Not only does it brighten skin and improve the appearance of discolouration, but it also helps combat inflammation. Bonus: it’s a super gentle ingredient on its own. Just be cautious when combining it with other ingredients. As with any skincare product, it’s always best to add them one at a time to make sure your skin can handle it.

04

Glycyrrhetinic Acid

One of the components of licorice root extract (the one responsible for making licorice taste sweet), glycyrrhetinic acid is known as the calmer. It also helps minimize sensitization and even plays a role in the brightening and improving the look of uneven skin, making it a strong addition to your rosacea skincare arsenal. It’s also considered an antioxidant, which are known to help protect against free radicals. And since rosacea sufferers often have an imbalance of antioxidants and free radicals, every little bit helps.

05

Antioxidants

We’ve already mentioned a couple of them, but when it comes to treating skin conditions, antioxidants really do pack a punch. Not only do they help combat that free radical damage we were talking about earlier, but they can also help with a whole host of symptoms. For rosacea in particular, antioxidant-rich vitamin C is an amazing one. It helps strengthen the capillaries (which means less redness) and it also improves flushing associated with the condition.

01

Azelaic Acid

A compound found in wheat, rye, and barley, azelaic acid is a well-known rosacea helper as its skin-soothing properties help calm persistent redness and sensitivity. Plus, it acts as a mild exfoliant to unclog and refine pores, which is a huge help in targeting the bumps, breakouts and enlarged pores that go along with condition. The thing with azelaic acid however is that it takes a couple of weeks to do its job. So when used consistently, you should start to see results within about a month or so.

02

Niacinamide

If you’re into health and nutrition, even in the slightest, you’re no stranger to the importance of B vitamins, namely B3. The topical form is niacinamide, a water-soluble B3 with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, making it a good ally to have in your skincare regimen if you’re a rosacea-sufferer. It improves texture and it can also help strengthen the protective barrier function of the skin by increasing the natural lipids found on the surface, while reducing water loss.

03

Tranexamic Acid

A fairly new player in the rosacea treatment game, tranexamic acid is derived from essential amino acid lysine, it’s said to boast some of the most incredible benefits when it comes to hyperpigmentation, scarring, or splotchy red complexions, aka the hallmark of rosacea. Not only does it brighten skin and improve the appearance of discolouration, but it also helps combat inflammation. Bonus: it’s a super gentle ingredient on its own. Just be cautious when combining it with other ingredients. As with any skincare product, it’s always best to add them one at a time to make sure your skin can handle it.

04

Glycyrrhetinic Acid

One of the components of licorice root extract (the one responsible for making licorice taste sweet), glycyrrhetinic acid is known as the calmer. It also helps minimize sensitization and even plays a role in the brightening and improving the look of uneven skin, making it a strong addition to your rosacea skincare arsenal. It’s also considered an antioxidant, which are known to help protect against free radicals. And since rosacea sufferers often have an imbalance of antioxidants and free radicals, every little bit helps.

05

Antioxidants

We’ve already mentioned a couple of them, but when it comes to treating skin conditions, antioxidants really do pack a punch. Not only do they help combat that free radical damage we were talking about earlier, but they can also help with a whole host of symptoms. For rosacea in particular, antioxidant-rich vitamin C is an amazing one. It helps strengthen the capillaries (which means less redness) and it also improves flushing associated with the condition.

01

Azelaic Acid

A compound found in wheat, rye, and barley, azelaic acid is a well-known rosacea helper as its skin-soothing properties help calm persistent redness and sensitivity. Plus, it acts as a mild exfoliant to unclog and refine pores, which is a huge help in targeting the bumps, breakouts and enlarged pores that go along with condition. The thing with azelaic acid however is that it takes a couple of weeks to do its job. So when used consistently, you should start to see results within about a month or so.

02

Niacinamide

If you’re into health and nutrition, even in the slightest, you’re no stranger to the importance of B vitamins, namely B3. The topical form is niacinamide, a water-soluble B3 with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, making it a good ally to have in your skincare regimen if you’re a rosacea-sufferer. It improves texture and it can also help strengthen the protective barrier function of the skin by increasing the natural lipids found on the surface, while reducing water loss.

03

Tranexamic Acid

A fairly new player in the rosacea treatment game, tranexamic acid is derived from essential amino acid lysine, it’s said to boast some of the most incredible benefits when it comes to hyperpigmentation, scarring, or splotchy red complexions, aka the hallmark of rosacea. Not only does it brighten skin and improve the appearance of discolouration, but it also helps combat inflammation. Bonus: it’s a super gentle ingredient on its own. Just be cautious when combining it with other ingredients. As with any skincare product, it’s always best to add them one at a time to make sure your skin can handle it.

04

Glycyrrhetinic Acid

One of the components of licorice root extract (the one responsible for making licorice taste sweet), glycyrrhetinic acid is known as the calmer. It also helps minimize sensitization and even plays a role in the brightening and improving the look of uneven skin, making it a strong addition to your rosacea skincare arsenal. It’s also considered an antioxidant, which are known to help protect against free radicals. And since rosacea sufferers often have an imbalance of antioxidants and free radicals, every little bit helps.

05

Antioxidants

We’ve already mentioned a couple of them, but when it comes to treating skin conditions, antioxidants really do pack a punch. Not only do they help combat that free radical damage we were talking about earlier, but they can also help with a whole host of symptoms. For rosacea in particular, antioxidant-rich vitamin C is an amazing one. It helps strengthen the capillaries (which means less redness) and it also improves flushing associated with the condition.

Meet

Dr Rivers

MD, FRCPC, DABD, FAAD

Dr. Rivers is a three-time recipient of the “Best Doctors in Canada” award.

He’s the author of over 170 peer reviewed articles on skin health and dermatology.

He made Riversol skincare for his patients.

Meet

Dr Rivers

MD, FRCPC, DABD, FAAD

Dr. Rivers is a three-time recipient of the “Best Doctors in Canada” award.

He’s the author of over 170 peer reviewed articles on skin health and dermatology.

He made Riversol skincare for his patients.

Meet

Dr Rivers

MD, FRCPC, DABD, FAAD

Dr. Rivers is a three-time recipient of the “Best Doctors in Canada” award.

He’s the author of over 170 peer reviewed articles on skin health and dermatology.

He made Riversol skincare for his patients.

Learning which ingredients work for you may take some doing as...

everyone is different and some may work better than others, depending on the seriousness of your condition as well as your skin type. If you’re having trouble finding the right products for your skin, speak to a dermatologist to help you explore some options.

Knowing the best ingredients for calming rosacea is important. But so is choosing the best products. Try Riversol and see if it works for you.

If you’re frustrated by the cycle of redness, irritation and discomfort, effective skincare can help. Riversol is a leader in skincare for rosacea and redness-prone skin, and you can try it for free. Order your 15-day sample kit. It comes with a gentle cleanser, anti-redness serum, and a moisturizer - you can even customize it based on your skin type. There’s no strings attached, no credit card needed and no obligation to buy.