Rosacea can be very difficult to control because it causes the epidermis to become very sensitive. Because the epidermis is so sensitive, any stimulus can cause rosacea to flare up quickly. Time spent in the sun could cause your rosacea face to burn, yellow, or even itch for several hours. Anything that causes rosacea flare up to happen unexpectedly is known as a trigger.
While facial rosacea is the most common form of rosacea, it doesn’t mean that you can’t find relief from it. The subtype of rosacea that occurs on the neck, back, and shoulders are often referred to as Papulopustular rosacea. Rosacea that affects the cheeks, forehead, and nose can also be classified as Papulopustular rosacea. The treatment for each subtype of rosacea varies depending on the individual’s severity.
There are a variety of home remedies that can be used for treating rosacea symptoms. Since each subtype of rosacea affects people differently, there isn’t one home remedy that will be effective for everyone. A great way to alleviate the symptoms of rosacea is to simply avoid spicy foods, citrus, tomato based products, caffeine, spicy foods, and clothing that are hot. This will help reduce the overall burning and redness that many people experience.