Unmasking the Truth: Understanding Rosacea During Rosacea Awareness Month

Unmasking the Truth: Understanding Rosacea During Rosacea Awareness Month

April is Rosacea Awareness Month and at Osmosis we are committed to developing products that help soothe and solve this serious skin condition. Rosacea is estimated to affect more than 16 million Americans and 415 million worldwide, so if you are struggling with this skin issue just know that you are not alone.


We believe that rosacea is not about skin mites or skin irregularities but comes from within like some clinical research supports.  There can be a few internal causes, so here are a few recommendations for you to decide which fits your history best.  


For those struggling with Rosacea, try our Skin Quiz or Skin Mapping to understand what aspect of your digestive tract is involved in your rosacea.  


Understanding Rosacea Around the Nostrils 
Did you know that rosacea around the nostrils can be linked to acid reflux? Surprisingly, about 25% of people with this condition don't even realize they have it. If you're dealing with this issue, there's hope! Our simple protocol involves taking Digestive Support with meals, using Recovery, and trying Digestive Relief for just 3 months. These steps can help restore balance to your gut microbiome and ease your symptoms.


Rosacea Around the Nose: What You Need to Know
Did you know that rosacea around the nose can be linked to H. pylori bacteria? It might sound complicated, but the solution doesn't have to be! Our easy protocol involves taking two doses of Immune Defense, spaced 12 hours apart, and using Recovery for just one month. H. pylori isn't an infection as we usually think of it, but rather a change in healthy bacteria behavior due to exposure to certain food toxins over time. By following this simple plan, you can help rebalance your system and find relief from your symptoms

Understanding Rosacea on Cheeks, Forehead, and Chin

Did you know that rosacea on your cheeks, forehead, and chin can be linked to inflammation in your intestines? This inflammation might stem from conditions like IBS or candida overgrowth. If your rosacea also includes acne, it could indicate candida involvement. Luckily, there's a simple protocol you can follow:



    Embracing a Holistic Approach to Healing Rosacea: 

    At Osmosis, we understand that true healing comes from within. By focusing on the internal sources of rosacea, we strive for long-lasting results that not only alleviate symptoms but also address the root cause. We also believe in the power of topical healing to accelerate the recovery process. Our specially formulated serums are designed to provide faster relief, soothing your skin and enhancing recovery on the outside while we work on healing the internal imbalances.


    Join us in this holistic approach to manage rosacea effectively, blending internal health with external care for comprehensive well-being.

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