I typically post one Skincare Shake Up post a month to show you what I’m using and what has made the cut, but some of you have noticed that I skipped May. I had been trying a few new products and wanted to give them a little bit of time because summer weather and rosacea are not a fun combination at the best of times, but adding in unknown products? Potentially disastrous! So both of the skincare routines below have been in place for two months.

Skincare routine for sensitive skin, skincare for rosacea. Talonted Lex skincare shake up.

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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.

*Sponsored post in association with Dermalex

How to cover broken veins and facial redness #rosacea

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Hopefully you’ll all be familiar with the format of my Skincare Shake Up posts, but just in case you’re new here: every month I post a round up of the products I used in the previous month so I can share my thoughts with you. There are usually some tried and trusted favourites that have popped up year after year, but I also try out new products and formulas. I have rosacea and seborrheic dermatitis so my skin is very picky about the products it likes. I try to include information any potential irritants in the summary of each product as I know that some products that are great for my skin might not be appropriate for others. I’m not a trained dermatologist, I have just tried A LOT of products over the past 13 years and wanted to share my experiences. Right! Enough waffle… let’s crack on with my Skincare Shake Up: April ’18 edition!

Skincare routine for sensitive skin, rosacea prone skin. More skincare advice and skincare tips on the blog.

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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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