Identifying and minimizing exposure to triggers is the first step towards clearing your skin. Protecting your skin from sun exposure with a broad spectrum sunscreen and a wide brimmed hat is also important. Reviewing skincare products to avoid anything that could here take your skin and using a mild cleanser followed by a high quality moisturizer to your face.
Cold compresses and gel mask may help those to acutely flaring.
Fortunately, there are also many different types of treatments available to help those affected by rosacea. Some of these are covered by insurance plans and some are cosmetic treatments to further clear the skin. Topical and oral antibiotics such as metronidazole, sulfur and doxycycline can be effective. Vitamins such as zinc have been found to be helpful as well.
Several lasers such as the pulse dye laser have been found to be extremely effective for reducing facial redness and small veins on the face and nose. Surgical treatments are also available to help those who have developed an enlarged nose (Rhinophyma)