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Better understand your rosacea

Aim for clear skin today

With specific advice tailored to your needs, create and download your personalized rosacea appointment guide to help you prepare for your next consultation with your family practitioner or dermatologist and get the most out of your conversation

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Fill out the sections below to download your personalized rosacea appointment guide. It should take less than 5 minutes to complete
I don’t want to waste my family practitioner or dermatologist’s time, it’s not that serious a disease
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Rosacea is a serious disease, it affects more than 40 million people worldwide. Because of the the way rosacea develops, if left untreated, it may worsen over time


This makes it worthy of your family practitioner or dermatologist’s time, and now more than ever they’re becoming aware that rosacea is more that just the symptoms we can see

To make the most of your consultation time prepare by thinking about how your rosacea has bothered you in the last six months

Use the slider to select how much rosacea has impacted your life in the last six months

A little
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I didn't feel like my previous treatment was tailored to me
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Everyone’s rosacea is different so you need to discuss all your symptoms with your family practitioner or dermatologist


If your previous treatments didn’t work as well as you had hoped, then you may want to ask your family practitioner or dermatologist about the other treatment options available for rosacea

Ensuring they know how rosacea affects you, and what symptoms you experience, is important in customizing your personalized treatment plan to help reduce rosacea inflammation among other symptoms

Below are some of the visible and hidden symptoms of rosacea, select all the ones that you have experienced
  1. Permanent redness
  2. Itchy/sore/red eyes
  3. Flushing/temporary redness
  4. Spots or bumps
  5. Visible small blood vessels
  6. Dry appearance
  7. Itching
  8. Pain/stinging or burning
  9. Red and swollen nose
I've tried everything already - nothing works for me
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It's a new era in rosacea treatment


It’s time to reset your expectations. Innovative treatment options are available and can target the underlying inflammation of rosacea

Help your family practitioner or dermatologist find the best rosacea treatment for you by discussing:

  1. what you've tried previously
  2. what you are currently doing to manage your rosacea
Have you ever used any of the below treatments to manage your rosacea
Please select all that apply
Skincare products
Lifestyle management
Prescription gels, ointments or creams
Prescription oral treatment
Of the treatments you’ve selected which are you currently using?
Please select all that apply
I have been told that I will always have rosacea
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Currently there is no cure for rosacea, but you can aim for clearer skin and fewer relapses


Building a partnership with your family practitioner or dermatologist can help form your personalized treatment plan. This will really help you in aiming for clear skin. This will include tailored prescription treatments, lifestyle modifications and a skin care routine catered to your needs

Telling them how many rosacea flare ups you have experienced in the last 6 months is a critical factor in understanding your treatment needs

Select the number of rosacea flare ups you have had in the past 6 months…
I don’t think prescription treatments are any more effective than other products or natural remedies for rosacea
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Advanced prescription solutions are redefining treatment success making the goal of clearing rosacea a possibility

Given time to work effectively, prescription treatments, together with appropriate skincare and lifestyle considerations, can successfully manage the symptoms of rosacea

I'm embarrassed to talk about my skin and the way it looks
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Don’t be embarrassed – your family practitioner or dermatologist is here to help

Issues and topics that you feel are personal and embarrassing will be an everyday conversation for a family practitioner or dermatologist. It’s really important that they know about the characteristics of rosacea which are impacting you, both physically and emotionally

By telling them how the disease really affects you, they can understand the importance of helping you reach success in your rosacea treatment journey

There is also a growing online community of people with rosacea to offer support and advice on minimizing rosacea symptoms, such as rosacea tips,and identifying specific rosacea triggers

I find it hard to talk about how my rosacea makes me feel emotionally
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The symptoms and impact of rosacea is more than skin deep


Rosacea is a chronic and visible inflammatory disease. As it affects your daily life chances are it also impacts on your mental health and emotional wellbeing. Even though it’s hidden, the psychological burden of rosacea is now acknowledged as a real symptom and can be an important part of your treatment

Speak to your family practitioner or dermatologist about how your disease affects you, physically and mentally, to tailor your treatment to encompass all of your symptoms – not just the one’s they can see

Press and hold the buttons to show how much these hidden symptoms of rosacea affect you