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  • Writer's pictureStephanie Kegalj

#LetsTalk About ROSACEA

What is Rosacea?

It's a chronic inflammatory skin condition that affects over 3 million Canadians. The most common sites for symptoms are the cheeks, nose, chin and forehead.

Primary signs of Rosacea include:

· Flushing

· Persistent redness

· Bumps and pimples

· Blood vessels appearing

Other signs include:

· Burning and stinging

· Dry appearance

· Raised red patches

· Skin thickening

Experts aren't sure what causes it, but it may be associated with an abnormal reaction of the blood vessels in the face. It can also be triggered by extreme hot or cold weather, sun exposure, stress, and or hot and spicy food and drinks.


If you struggle with rosacea it’s ideal to follow a skincare routine that helps prevent and protect future flare ups.

The Vital C collection by Image Skin Care was developed by someone who was prone to the condition. The primary ingredient in this line is vitamin C—It’s absorbed deep into the cellular level of the skin to promote healing, reduce inflammation, as well as to soothe and hydrate, exfoliate, and protect your skin from the sun and air pollution.

To tackle rosacea, Image Skin Care recommends a daily routine that follows a 1-2-3 approach:


1. Cleanse with Vital C Hydrating Cleanser

2. Anti-age with Vital C Hydrating Anti-Age serum

3. Protect with Prevention + Hydrating Moisturizer SPF30


1. Cleanse with Vital C Hydrating Cleanser

2. Anti-age with Vital C Hydrating Anti Aging Serum

3. Repair with Vital C Hydrating Repair Crème

Use SPF in the morning and the repair crème in the evening. It’s also beneficial to use Vital C Hydrating Enzyme mask twice a week for extra help with hydration and exfoliation.

Spending extra time to prevent future rosacea flares will help your skin the long run and boost your confidence.



*The content on this blog post are not a guarantee of individual results. Individual results may vary. The information provided on this post is for general informational purposes only, and does not replace the need for a formal consultation with a physician before undergoing a skin care treatment. Photos are used for illustrative purposes only and may vary from individual to individual.

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