Rosacea is a chronic, red inflammatory process of the skin that sometimes appears along with acne-like lesions. Although affecting more than 16 million Americans, rosacea is rarely talked about in the mainstream media. I see patients suffering from rosacea all the time, whether it’s a slight ruddiness in certain areas or an overall deep flushing of the skin. For individuals who have rosacea, there are at-home steps to help combat skin redness, taking into account my Inclusive Health philosophy that addresses overall skin health internally, externally and emotionally.
Use these highly effective guidelines to help fight rosacea for clear, healthy skin!
About the Author
Howard Murad, MD, FAAD, is a trained pharmacist, Clinical Professor of
Medicine at UCLA's Geffen School of Medicine, founder of Murad Skincare Inc., president of The University for Inclusive Health and a physician who
specializes in both inclusive health and dermatology.He has been
acclaimed as a "Beauty Genius" by ELLE magazine and an "Industry Visionary" by the International SPA Association.His research in The Science of Cellular Water has revealed the ability of cell membranes to hold water as the fundamental marker of youthful good health and offers the world's most comprehensive insights into health and aging. His advocacy of the use of dietary supplements to promote skin health has earned him international
recognition as the "Father of Internal Skincare." Dr. Murad is the accomplished author of four books advocating practical lifestyle choices as the path to looking and feeling as healthy and beautiful as possible.