fight Rosacea

How To Manage Rosacea

How To fight Rosacea



Rosacea is a condition that affects many people worldwide. It can affect your skin, nose, mouth and eyes. Your face may turn red, swell, burn or feel like you're on fire.



There are so many products that ‘claim’ to help with rosacea. We want to help you understand the science behind rosacea to help you understand what products will work for you. After all, knowledge is power.



All of our information is backed-up by rigorous scientific research which can be found here NCBI.



Understanding How to Care for Rosacea Skin



The first step in managing your Rosacea is to understand what causes it. The exact cause of Rosacea is still unknown, but it is thought to be genetically mediated. People with Rosacea have higher levels of abnormally processed cathelicidins- these are inflammatory mediators that are part of the skin's defence system.



Those who suffer from Rosacea often experience episodes of flushing, burning, stinging or itching in the same area where their rash is located. Similar to acne, this condition can lead to small bumps and pimples on your face. However, it is important to know that these two conditions have some differences.



Acne and rosacea skincare can be very confusing because both conditions form when pores become clogged with oil and dead skin cells; however, unlike acne, Rosacea occurs when capillaries become enlarged and dilated due to increased blood flow. This leads to redness in the skin which can be blushing or flushing on your cheeks or forehead.



Acne Rosacea Skincare



To care for your acne rosacea condition, you need to identify the triggers that cause flare-ups. For instance, cold temperatures and ultraviolet light exposure can worsen your symptoms.



If you're wondering how to care for your rosacea-prone skin, we'll share some recommendations scientists advise implementing in your rosacea skincare routine.



First of all, make sure your skin barrier is in good condition. Use a gentle cleanser and avoid scrubbing or a washcloth on the affected area. Wash your face with tepid, not hot, water. Lastly, wear sunscreen daily all year round (avoid chemical sunscreen).



All this information is supported by scientific research at NCBI.



How will Red Algae help you care for Rosacea Skin?



When your skin is exposed to environmental stressors such as UV rays, smoke, chemicals and extreme temperatures, it responds by producing excessive amounts of ROS. The overproduction of ROS can trigger inflammatory skin diseases like Rosacea. 



Red Algae contains carotenoids, which can fight harmful radicals, protecting you from the stress of everyday life, according to a research article published by the NCBI. This may help you lessen your skin triggers and your Rosacea flare-ups.



Carotenoids can potentially be used to treat chronic inflammation, according to research published by the NCBI. They are capable of inhibiting pro-inflammatory cytokines.



Since Red Algae contains Carotenoids and other bioactive compounds that can inhibit the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines and reduce the expression of inflammatory genes, it can be considered an effective acne rosacea natural treatment.



Seacra's Red Algae Infused Gel



Red algae have revolutionised the skincare industry because of their amazing qualities and potential. At Seacra, we have already proven the power of red algae by improving skin elasticity, reducing fine lines, restoring skin firmness and diminishing pores. You can check our clinical trials here.



Our Innovative Process 



We've improved our red algae gel through an innovative process. We built specially designed pools within greenhouses and placed them in a nature reserve along the Mediterranean coast to grow and harvest our red algae. We then processed the algae using a cold-press method, keeping them at a safe temperature to preserve all their vitamins and bioactive compounds. Our product is clean and free from ocean contamination and delivers the highest potency available.



Our clinical study on patients who were prone to skin diseases



We conducted a clinical trial on participants with various skin concerns and received wonderful feedback. 100% of volunteers with skin prone to Rosacea and redness reported a 21% reduction in redness after 28 days of using the product. This can make Red Algae gel an effective acne rosacea natural treatment.



Seacra's Recovery & Repair Gel



The Recovery & Repair Gel contains an exclusive blend of chamomile, calendula and jojoba oil combined with the rejuvenating purity of red algae. Together, they provide the deep hydration and nourishment your skin needs to repair and recover.



Recover. Repair. Reuse 



Refillable and 100% recyclable packaging: Our mission is to clean up the beauty industry. We love our planet; we believe in zero waste living. After repairing your skin with our ultra-rich red algae gel, you can request to refill your bottle when it is empty.



You can purchase our Recovery and Repair Gel here.





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