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How To Cycle Your Skin Care Products If You Have Rosacea, From a Dermatologist

While Bowe typically recommends two recovery nights for skin cycling, those with rosacea should add in a third for good measure. On these nights, reach for hydrating products only and cut back on any active ingredients.

“The skin barrier is known to be especially vulnerable in people who suffer from rosacea, so it needs a little extra love,” Bowe says. Look for products that contain ingredients like hyaluronic acid, aloe vera, glycerin, and jojoba oil to replenish moisture in the skin. Bowe recommends using all fragrance-free products as well, just to be safe.

Once the cycle has ended, it’s time to repeat! Of course, everyone’s skin is different, so pay close attention to how your skin reacts to this routine and adjust accordingly. Rosacea can be difficult to treat, so always speak with a dermatologist before trying out new products or practices.

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