Rosacea is a common but poorly understood condition. Severity of symptoms can vary from person to person from a mild inconvenience to a life altering condition. Some of these symptoms include facial redness or flushing, a burning or stinging sensation on the skin, red bumps, spots, skin dryness, plaques (raised red patches of skin), and swelling or thickening of the skin. Many people with rosacea also struggle with the psychological impact of the condition.

If you’re looking for additional support to help manage and control your rosacea then sign-up for talkhealth’s FREE myrosacea support programme today.

myrosacea provides 24 weeks of dedicated information, sent to you by email in bite-size chunks. Every week there is a PDF for you to download or print containing practical information about how to manage rosacea, written by talkhealth and medical experts.

Some of the topics the programme covers include:

- Symptoms & treatments

- Skincare routine

- Patient stories and hints & tips

- Rosacea triggers

- Camouflage make-up

- Emotional impact and much more!

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What others have been saying about myrosacea

"It informed me regarding my rosacea; I had more information from the support programme than I ever did from my GP."

"I found other rosacea sufferers stories very useful as it's good to see I'm not alone, the skin camouflage advice was very informative."

"It is often treated as a minor ailment or a merely cosmetic issue but this discussed the serious implications."

"The support and reassurance proved that I am not alone."

The myrosacea support programme is supported in part by an educational grant from Galderma (UK) Ltd. The content is independent of and not influenced by Galderma (UK) Ltd and editorial control remains with talkhealth. No personal details will be shared with the supporting company.

All content provided in the myrosacea support programme has been written by both medical professionals and talkhealth and certified by the Information Standard, based on available medical evidence (sources of evidence available on request) and is for information purposes only. It does not constitute a replacement for professional medical advice. If you are concerned about any aspects of your health or wish to discuss something you have read within the support programme, you should make an appointment to see your doctor. You should always seek medical advice before changing your treatment routine. talkhealth does not endorse any specific products, brands, or treatments.