some things you can do to reduce symptoms and keep rosacea from getting
Get any bothersome symptoms under control. A dermatologist can prescribe treatments to reduce redness and any breakouts.
Find your triggers.
One of the most important things is to learn what triggers your flare-ups, and
then avoid them. It can help to keep a diary(What is a PDF document?) of what you were eating, drinking,
and doing on days that the rosacea appeared. Take the diary to your next doctor
visit, and discuss what you can do to help control the disease.
Protect your face. Stay out of the sun between 10 am and 4 pm. When you are outdoors, protect your face by wearing a wide-brimmed hat or visor. Use a sunscreen that is rated SPF 15 or higher every day. If your skin is dry, find a moisturizer with sunscreen.
Be gentle with your skin. Use skin
care products for sensitive skin, and avoid any products that scratch or
irritate your skin. Try not to rub or scrub your skin.
Take care of your eyes. Gently wash your eyelids with a
product made for the eyes. Apply a warm, wet cloth several times a day. Use
artificial tears if your eyes feel dry. Or talk to your doctor about medicine you can put into your eyes.