Rosacea, a condition characterized by redness and bumps along the cheeks, chin and nose, is often treated using oral antibiotics and harsh sulfur creams. If you are looking for a more natural option, chrysanthellum indicum has been shown to be effective in reducing the signs of rosacea.
Wash your face with a gentle cleanser. Harsh cleansing can make redness worse. Clean off all traces of dirt, oil and cleanser.
Apply a thin layer of cream containing chrysanthellum indicum. Phytomer Douceur Marine Velvety Soothing Cream is a good one to try. As an alternative, you can mix your own by adding one teaspoon of chrysanthellum indicum extract with an 8 ounce bottle of moisturizer. Allow the moisturizer to dry thoroughly.
Apply a thick coat of sunscreen if applying the chrysanthellum indicum in the morning. If applying at night, finish with an overnight cream.