I can’t bear to look in a mirror, yet I can’t drag myself away. I inspect myself closely. Scrutinise myself. Every detail. Is it any better? Is it any worse? […]
‘You’ve got a secondary infection,’ said the dermatologist as I walked into his office. No sh*t, Sherlock. I hadn’t said a word myself. I didn’t need to. All the words I needed were written all over my face. In bright red. It was nice to have an acknowledgement that something was badly wrong. I hoped he’d have a miracle for me. A week of antibiotics, then back on the Roaccutane and back to perfect skin in time for Easter. But skin doesn’t work like that. […]
I have red skin, I blush very easily, and I get hot and bothered. I also get spots and have a very oily t-zone. Rosacea is not a skin condition I ever thought I had. I assumed I had sensitive skin and that I simply had to be careful with the products I used. Not the case. […]
Did you know that April is Rosacea awareness month? Probably not, I didn’t.
As far as skin complaints go, rosacea is just not talked about. If you’re diagnosed with acne, there is so much help and advise out there. When it comes to rosacea though, not so much. That’s where the Experience My Rosacea campaign comes in. […]