the treatment for rosacea consists of:-
the triggering factors that exacerbate rosacea should be identified and avoided if possible. These factors may be unique to each individual patient. Common triggering factors include hot or cold temperatures, wind, hot drinks, caffeine, exercise, spicy food, alcohol, emotions, topical products that irritate the skin and decrease the barrier, or medications that cause flushing.
The use of daily broad-spectrum sunscreen is recommended,
Topical metronidazole is commonly used as a first-line agent. oral and topical antibiotics are also widely used, oral and topical retinoids, spironolactone etc are also used.
Vascular lasers are also used in rosacea therapy.
since your skin is greasy, the ideal for you would be twice daily application of metronidazole gel and night application of tretinoin cream. this mode of treatment can be tried for atleast 2 months and the effect evaluated, also an oral antibiotic like doxycycline can be added under a doctor's supervision if you get pus filled lesions.
if this doesnt help , then considering isotretinoin
under strict medical supervision, would be helpful.
at all times when being exposed to the sun, using sunscreen is a must. avoidance of triggering factors also helps.
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