I wrote a really popular blog post on ocular rosacea about 5 years ago, but I realised my website needed an updated version with tips I’ve learned since and more information. Whether you’re newly diagnosed with ocular rosacea or are a long-time sufferer, hopefully this post will offer some help.
If you follow Dermatica on social media, you may have seen a lot of excitement as they have just launched an entire skincare range. I have been sworn to secrecy about this launch, but I have already been trying the products for the past two months so here is my full Dermatica skincare range review (with a great discount code as well!)
This is a sponsored post in association with Dermatica.
Those of you who follow me on Instagram will know that I changed up my Dermatica personalised formula towards the end of last year. I had been using the Dermatica rosacea treatment for over a year and wanted to spice things up a little so – after consulting the Dermatica Dermatology Team – we introduced Vitamin A (AKA retinoid) into my monthly treatment. I’ve been using the new treatment for 3 months so here’s my full review.
Don’t forget that I have an exclusive discount code for you, so if you’re keen to try Dermatica for yourself, you can find the details at the end of the post.
I completed my reading challenge last year and read 104 books so, as is tradition, I’m sharing a list below and highlighting my favourites of the year. If you would like to see my favourites from previous years you can find them here: 2021, 2020, and 2019.
I’ve wanted to do a dedicated blog post on Rhinophyma for a while, but needed to make sure I was sharing information that actually added something to the conversation first. I don’t have personal experience of this form of rosacea, so I asked the wonderful Naveen Cavale to help me. Naveen is a Consultant Plastic, Reconstructive & Cosmetic Surgeon (you can read more about him and his work HERE) and very kindly fielded all of the questions I received in a recent call-out on my Instagram Stories.