Welcome to Rosacea Uncovered – set up specifically to help you understand and better manage your rosacea and couperose symptoms. Here you will find a wealth of expert information on symptoms, treatments and lifestyle advice, as well as personal stories and experiences. Think you might be suffering from the symptoms of rosacea?

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Rosacea is a common inflammatory skin condition, usually affecting the nose, cheeks and forehead and causing persistent redness. The flushing and skin redness associated with rosacea and couperose are not curable, but there are many positive things you can do to minimise your symptoms, soothe your skin and help with the embarrassment you may be experiencing.

The information you’ll find here is intended to supplement (and not replace) the advice of your GP or dermatologist, and help you feel more informed about treatments and lifestyle changes to help manage your rosacea symptoms.

Our Stories 


Watch Simone’s story

Watch Simone’s story

Simone first noticed a permanent flush to her cheeks and assumed it was related ...


Listen to Sarah’s story

Listen to Sarah’s story

Sarah has lived with rosacea since she was a teenager and explains how the condi ...


See Michelle’s story

See Michelle’s story

Michelle suffered with severe rosacea for nearly five years, and struggled to hi ...



What are the causes and triggers of rosacea? Dr Barbara Geusens from Omega Pharm ...



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3 bad habits that may trigger rosacea flare ups

People who suffer from rosacea need to take special care to ...
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Who is affected by rosacea?

Contrary to popular belief, rosacea does not only affect fai ...
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The six best ways to manage your rosacea

Managing rosacea is an everyday task. If you have just been ...
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Rosacea and your self-esteem

When a chronic condition like rosacea affects the way you lo ...
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Five wintertime rosacea triggers

With Christmas festivities, cold weather and end of year str ...
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Do I need to wear sunscreen in winter?

The short answer is yes. Even if it’s cold and windy outsi ...
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Menopause and rosacea

Rosacea and menopause have a strong link. While for most wom ...
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Three good habits to prevent rosacea flare-ups

Managing your rosacea on a day to day basis can prevent your ...
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What causes rosacea?

Experts still don’t know exactly what causes rosacea, but ...