How to Treat Rosacea -- the Right Way
If your skin problems include rosacea, you've come to the right place -- follow this expert advice to zap it once and for all
What to do after your current rosacea flare-up clears:Even after rosacea pimples clear you may be left with redness and obvious blood vessels. If those continue to bother you, you have options to help clear them up, but they are more costly. Pulsed Dye Lasers and Intense Pulsed Light Lasers (IPL) can help improve the appearance of the redness and vessels, Waldorf says. A treatment like IPL can cost $350 to $500 per treatment though and you may require three to six treatments. In the meantime, many rosacea sufferers use mineral makeup to cover redness because it's less irritating to the skin, provides good coverage and is applied with a brush, which doesn't require rubbing that may cause skin to flush. Check out the mineral makeup products TotalBeauty.com readers love here.