Rosacea Bundle for Mature Skin
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MISMO's three-step collection for skin redness will help relieve discomfort and the overall appearance of Rosacea.
What does MISMO Rosacea Bundle for Mature Skin include?
How do I use these products?
Morning & Night Routine
Moisten skin with warm water and apply a small amount of Natural Cleansing Milk. Gently massage with your Microfibre Cleanser for at least 30 seconds, then rinse to remove.
Apply one to two pumps of Rejuvenating Gel to the entire face and neck and let dry.
Cover with Nourishing Cream.
What is Rosacea?
Rosacea (pronounced roz-a-sha) is a skin condition without a cure but able to be controlled and improved dramatically.
The most noticeable feature of Rosacea is a red face particularly in the t-zone. Broken capillairies known also as surface veins or spider veins are common to sufferers.
Another curse can be pimples, cysts or acne. This acne is different to the type common in young people.
What causes Rosacea?
Scientists are still unaware of what causes rosacea. However, they've managed to assemble the following evidence.
Rosacea runs in families. Many people who get rosacea have family members who have rosacea. It is possible that people inherit genes for rosacea.
The immune system may play a role. Scientists found that most people with acne-like rosacea react to a bacterium (singular for bacteria) called bacillus oleronius. This reaction causes their immune system to overreact. Scientists still do not know whether this can cause rosacea.
A bug that causes infections in the intestines may play a role. This bug, H pylori, is common in people who have rosacea. Scientists cannot prove that H pylori can cause rosacea. Many people who do not have rosacea have an H pylori infection.
A mite that lives on everyone’s skin, demodex, may play a role. This mite likes to live on the nose and cheeks, and this is where rosacea often appears. Many studies found that people with rosacea have large numbers of this mite on their skin. The problem is some people who do not have rosacea also have large numbers of this mite on their skin.
A protein that normally protects the skin from infection, cathelicidin, may cause the redness and swelling. How the body processes this protein may determine whether a person gets rosacea.
Read more here about what triggers Rosacea.
What else can I do to avoid Rosacea?
Protect your skin from the sun. Sun exposure is one of the most common causes of rosacea flare-ups. Even people with dark skin tones can have a flare-up after being outdoors in the sun. To protect your skin, seek shade and wear protective clothing, including a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses with UV protection, whenever possible. In addition, apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher to all exposed skin every day you’re going to be outside. Make sure the sunscreen is fragrance-free, and look for the active ingredients zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, as they are least likely to irritate sensitive skin.
Minimize stress. If stress causes your rosacea to flare, find an activity that helps relieve your stress and do it often. Common outlets for stress include exercise, meditation, tai chi or joining a rosacea support group.
Avoid overheating — even during exercise. Take warm baths and showers rather than hot ones, and sit far enough away from fireplaces, heaters and other heat sources so that you don’t feel the direct warmth. If you’re working out, keep supplies with you to help you cool down, such as a cold water bottle, or a towel that you can dip in cold water and drape around your neck. It’s also a good idea to dress in layers so you can remove clothing if you get too warm.
Simplify your skin care routine. Skin care plays an important role in keeping rosacea under control, as many skin care products are too harsh for people with rosacea. When shopping for skin care products, look for mild, gentle formulas made for sensitive skin. Avoid any skin care products that contain menthol, camphor, sodium lauryl sulfate and alcohol, as these can trigger flare-ups. Products that contain retinoids can irritate your skin and may need to be avoided or used less frequently. In addition, be gentle to your skin and do not rub, scrub or massage your face.
Opt for mild foods. Since spicy foods often trigger rosacea symptoms, opt for milder versions of your favorite dishes. If your rosacea still flares, it’s best to avoid spicy foods altogether.
Opt for cold beverages. Studies show that the heat from hot beverages can cause some people’s rosacea to flare. Try iced coffee or tea instead, or let your beverage cool first before drinking it.
Limit alcohol. When it comes to flare-ups from alcohol, red wine may be the biggest culprit. If you choose to drink, consider beverages other than red wine, and limit your intake to one or two drinks with a cold glass of water in between.
Protect your face from wind and cold. Wearing a scarf is a great option for protecting your skin against the elements. Look for scarves made of silk or acrylic, and avoid wool and other rough-feeling fabrics, as these can trigger a flare-up.
What's the difference between Rosacea Bundles for Younger & Mature Skin?
Both contain Natural Cleansing milk, which is gentle and calming on the skin and suits the most sensitive skin types. These natural ingredients will leave your skin feeling silky and completely cleansed.
Both contain the Microfibre Face Cleanser which loosens, lifts and traps all makeup and impurities from your skin. Unlike regular cotton, these work like a suction cup to clean and remove all in one.
Cell Soother Vs. Rejuvenating Gel
Cell Soother contains MSM with Aloe Vera gel is a potent mix for all skin problems. Cell Soother's MSM content is 15%, the largest amount possible to use in a product. Inflammation is controlled and healing is greatly accelerated.
Rejuvenating Gel contains hyaluronic acid which restores precious moisture levels. Rosacea creates heat in the skin leading to the loss of vital moisture stores. Hyaluronic acid is present naturally in the dermis of the skin, the same place you will find collagen and elastin. Supplementing hyaluronic acid not only replaces lost moisture it supplements your body's dwindling supplies. This is a wonderful anti-ageing serum too.
*Where cost is an issue use Cell Soother in place of Rejuvenating Gel. You can also alternate them thus reducing the cost overall. A good result will still be enjoyed using Cell Soother, just different. You will not get the same aging benefits and skin-plumping as with Rejuvenating Gel. It is best not to use Rejuvenating Gel and Cell Soother at the same time as it can be too drying.
Ultra Moisturising SPF Sunscreen Vs. Nourishing Cream
Ultra Moisturising SPF Sunscreen is a light, calming and soothing moisturiser that provides broad-spectrum SPF15 protection from the sun. Ideal for everyday use and suitable for all skin types. Contains high concentrations of Zinc, MSM and hyaluronic acid for excellent hydration.
Nourishing Cream is a richer moisturiser and is especially beneficial when used on sensitive and dehydrated skins. Rosacea sufferers will find this cream extremely hydrating, calming, and non-irritating. Contains MSM, Aloe Vera and Vitamin E.