I received an email asking for some natural remedies for Rosacea. Here are some I know to work and help relieve symptoms, hope you give them a try.
A mild compress with chamomile oil can help lessen the redness associated with rosacea. I recommend using this to help handle your flare ups. Cool the resultant mixture in the fridge. Dampen a soft fabric in the cooled oil whenever you start to feel a flare up and apply to your affected area for 15-20 minutes. Apply this as necessary when you have flare ups. If you by chance have negative effects when it comes to daisies and marigolds you should avoid using the chamomile. Green tea is a nice alternative.
Rubbing green tea such as Matcha over the area of skin with this condition is yet another way to help alleviate redness and flare ups. Green tea has anti-inflammatory, anticarcinogenic, and antioxidant properties that work amazingly to treat rosacea. This can be applied just like above with the chamomile.
This is a nice herb mixture for dealing with skin issues. Mix together 2 teaspoons of turmeric powder, 4 teaspoons corriander, and 1 1/2 tablespoons of fresh milk in a small bowl until a paste forms. Chill the mixture in fridge, once prepared and cool, utilize the paste as a facial mask 2 times a day for 10 minutes. Wash of with cool/warm soft cloth.
Tea tree oil:
This oil is a strong generator of anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties that can help to get rid of rosacea naturally. You can use the tea tree oil directly on the problem are by gently rubbing in a small amount 2x daily.
This clover is considered one of the most natural ways of dealing with rosacea, not only is it very safe it moderates redness and reduces irritation in the skin. Red clover should be taken twice per day to obtain your desired efect.
This is my personal favorite. Oatmeal is one of the lesor known, but exceptional ways to treat rosacea symptoms. Oatmeal soothes, itching, reduces redness, and functions as an agent to get rid of rosacea. Simply take a little filtered water in a cup and add 2 tablespoons plain oatmeal. Chill this in fridge then apply the Oatmeal to the affected region for 10-15 minutes. Wash off with a cool/warm soft cloth, avoid scrubbing as this will irritate the skin. This can be done 2-3 times daily.