Steroid-induced rosacea

In a recent study , researchers examined 75 patients (62 women, 13 men) between the ages of 18 and 60 who had steroid-induced rosacea-like dermatitis. The patients had used topical corticosteroids for anywhere from three months to 10 years. More than 90 percent suffered facial redness and hotness, and 97 percent reported burning or itching. More than three quarters suffered from telangiectasia (visible blood vessels), and 40 percent had the bumps and pimples associated with subtype 3 (papulopustular) rosacea. Many patients reported emotional stress, heat or sun exposure as triggers for their outbreak of symptoms.

I got oral steroid rosacea from taking prednisilone for acute adrenal failure and can only watch TV for short periods of time or use this tablet as my face goes really red and i feel like a burns victim and i have ocular rosacea and live in the UK but have been left to my own devices to find something that helps and can honestly say that I have found nothing but I often feel suicidal as I’m really fair , had beautiful skin am in constant pain and look and feel like a burns victim. I even had to find out for myself that it was the prednisilone that ruined my looks. Can anyone offer advice who has found themselves in my situation ?

Many people prefer to try natural treatments for rosacea, whether the condition is triggered by steroids or not, because they want to avoid the possible side effects of prescription medications used to treat the disorder. We like the Skin Support System from Zenmed, which includes an anti-redness mask, support serum, a gentle cleansing cream for dry skin and a facial cleansing gel for oily skin, all made from natural botanical ingredients like licorice root extract (to reduce redness and inflammation), tea tree oil (to treat the acne-like bumps), green tea extract (to reduce redness and irritation), cucumber (to reduce redness and irritation) and lavender (to soothe and heal damaged skin). The unique combination of ingredients effectively treats rosacea symptoms while soothing sensitive skin. To learn more about our favorite natural treatment for steroid rosacea, just follow this link to the Zenmed Website.

It started out when I was a teen in highschool, I kept breaking out (normal hormonal acne stuff) and I got tired and decided to use a steroid cream on my face. My aunt gave me a steroid cream "Dermovate" and that's when my steroid cream journey began. I've been using that stuff on my face for years now. I barely stopped using steroid creams this September and started breaking out in these red-like-pimples. I went to the doctor at my school (since I'm away for college) and he prescribed me a Tretinoin Cream (to use at night), Clindamycin solution (to use in the morning) and doxycyclin pills. I followed the instructions that the doctor gave me for 3 weeks and then stopped using because I was getting flaky and I was dumb enough to think that it wouldn't work.

Steroid-induced rosacea

steroid-induced rosacea

It started out when I was a teen in highschool, I kept breaking out (normal hormonal acne stuff) and I got tired and decided to use a steroid cream on my face. My aunt gave me a steroid cream "Dermovate" and that's when my steroid cream journey began. I've been using that stuff on my face for years now. I barely stopped using steroid creams this September and started breaking out in these red-like-pimples. I went to the doctor at my school (since I'm away for college) and he prescribed me a Tretinoin Cream (to use at night), Clindamycin solution (to use in the morning) and doxycyclin pills. I followed the instructions that the doctor gave me for 3 weeks and then stopped using because I was getting flaky and I was dumb enough to think that it wouldn't work.

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