In the last 13 years my rosacea has changed so much: I’ve gone from Type 2 (pustules and bumps) to Type 1 (flushing with persistent redness); my skin is now more oily, rather than dry and scaly; I’ve changed my diet and lifestyle, my skincare routine has been honed and perfected, and I’ve learned how to manage my stress a little better. I finally feel like I am more in control of my rosacea, but years of damage have left me with a lot of broken capillaries (spider veins or telangiectasia if we’re being scientific) which give my skin a pink tone even when I’m not having a flare up. Keep reading for my tips on how to cover thread veins below.

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How to cover broken veins and facial redness #rosacea

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Today’s instalment of my Rosacea Review series is the new L’Oréal Paris Age Perfect Foundation. If you have followed my blog for a while you’ll know that their True Match foundation is one of my go-to, can’t-fail, recommend-to-everyone foundations. So how did their newest release compare?

ROSACEA REVIEW: L'Oréal Paris Age Perfect foundation. How well does it cover my rosacea, how does it feel on the skin, how well does it last on my oily skin?

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It only feels like a few days since I posted last month’s Skincare Shake Up, but here we are! This month I’ve been battling rosacea flare ups, cold weather, central heating, and a boatload of stress so I’ve been paying extra attention to my skin. In this month’s post, there are some familiar faces below along with some new additions, I hope you enjoy reading about my current skincare routine.

The Body Shop Cleansing Oil - Skincare routine for sensitive skin, rosacea (Skincare Shake Up)

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