Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that affects over three million Canadians.
Rosacea is a skin condition often resulting in redness of the face and characterized by flushed cheeks. Sensitive skin is becoming more common due to increased sun exposure, stress, lifestyle, allergies, and environmental factors. Skin from either of these types is often inflamed or irritated and is generally worse in areas with fewer sebaceous (oil) glands. These skin types can be improved with gentle cleansing, regular exfoliation, hydrating and nourishing treatments plus protection from further irritation.
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