Our brand new talkrosacea hub is now live. On it you will find some great resources of information and support for rosacea sufferers.

In order to celebrate the launch of the hub and to spread the word on Twitter, we decided to run a Twitter Chat all about rosacea at the end of last month. Using the hashtag #rosacea, we chatted with rosacea sufferers about their experiences with the condition for an hour at lunchtime on Tuesday 26th April 2016.

twitterIf you took part in the chat, we would like to thank you very much indeed for your involvement. If you missed it, though, not to worry: we’ve compiled a Storify containing all of the most useful pearls of wisdom that surfaced during the Chat.

We were absolutely delighted with the level of participation and engagement during the Chat, with Chatters discussing topics from the best creams to control flare-ups of rosacea to the causes of the condition and the number of people affected by it. One particularly interesting aspect of the Chat was the realisation among many of the rosacea sufferers involved that they shared a lot of common experiences, such as similar symptoms, and the shared experience of writing off their rosacea as something else (such as sensitivity or ‘normal’ redness). We were also delighted to have the involvement of a number of high-profile bloggers and experts interested in rosacea, such as make-up artist Sarah Jagger.

If you’re interested in taking part in any of our future Twitter Chats, keep an eye on our Twitter Chat page, which will be the first place to know about future Chats. You can also follow us on Twitter
to make sure you don’t miss out on Twitter Chats and other Twitter-only events, such as our #FreebieFridays which give away some great health-related products for free.



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