Do You Work Hard to Hide Your Rosacea Like I Do? Win a Prosacea® Care Package

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Prosacea for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

Prosacea Before

I’ve had redness on my cheeks since high school and years ago when my dermatologist diagnosed it as Rosacea he told me that I’d have to get laser treatments to get rid of the redness. Unfortunately my insurance wouldn’t cover laser treatments so I learned over the years how to conceal the redness with makeup and always do anything I can to keep it from getting worse, like using sunscreen daily and wearing large sunglasses that cover my cheeks.


Recently I had the opportunity to try Prosacea Medicated Rosacea Gel – it is dermatologist recommended to treat and control rosacea symptoms like redness, irritation and bumps. Since I suffer from all of those things I was very happy to give it a try. The gel is light and goes on very smoothly so I’ve been wearing it under my makeup and then putting it on again before bed after I take my makeup off for a couple of weeks.

Prosacea After,

Although I can still tell where the redness is on my cheeks the Prosacea Medicated Rosacea Gel has really calmed it down and I don’t think that most people could even notice it anymore. I’m excited that the gel has also reduced the bumps that I tend to get in that area.

If you also have issues with rosacea then I’d highly recommend giving Prosacea a try so you can heal rather than conceal your redness and bumps. Like with everything in your medicine cabinet, please make sure to read and follow all label instructions before using.

Leave a comment below telling us how you deal with or care for your rosacea and one lucky reader will win a Prosacea® care package!!

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Get Flawless Results With Airbrush Makeup

Airbrushing Makeup

I have a mild case of Rosacea on my cheeks and I go to great lengths to cover it up with makeup. I use a green moisturizer as the first layer, then use a primer on top of that and finish with a powder mineral makeup. This works for me for the most part, but it wears off rather easily during the day and takes quite a few steps to apply.

My dermatologist has told me that I can expect the Rosacea to get worse as I get older and that medications don’t really help. On the other hand, I can get laser treatments to remove the red spots, but he tells me that I’ll have to get them repeatedly as the spots reappear.

I believe that I’ve found an easier alternative though and could get better results by airbrushing makeup on instead of my usual three step process. An airbrush makeup system starts at around $150, but it provides flawless coverage and can cover up Rosacea, acne, and other skin imperfections.

An airbrushing makeup system provides sheer, buildable coverage and its virtually weightless so you can apply a little, or a lot where needed. It also goes on very fast so you can get picture perfect skin in less time than it takes to apply regular makeup.

Disclosure – This is a sponsored post, however all thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. Please read my disclosure policy for more information.


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