Treatment for Rosacea




Natalie Suarez, Physician Assistant with Sunset Dermatology, says the most important thing regarding treatment is setting realistic expectations, because rosacea is not a curable condition. She points out sometimes it takes four to six weeks to start seeing an improvement in the skin.

She explains one of the first steps in managing rosacea is establishing a good healthy skin barrier with gentle cleanser, moisturizers, and some prescription products.

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