Rosacea usually starts off as a slight reddening on the face, but over time can develop into something far more visible in the form of skin eruptions and inflammation. Symptoms of rosacea can range from flushing, burning or stinging sensations in the face, or visible red lines in affected areas. Lifestyle choices have a big part to play in the development of rosacea, although the exact causes are still unknown.
Changing diet can help a lot for the treatment of rosacea. Eating vegetables with large numbers of anti-oxidants e.g. carrot, kumara and broccoli can give your body the protection and strength it needs to combat rosacea. Spicy foods can often trigger inflammation, so try to limit your intake of spices like black pepper, chili, paprika and cayenne.