There is not curative therapy. Symptoms commonly come and go in cycles.
The treatment is based on severity and subtypes and it
is measured by reducing the intensity of symptoms. Mild cases are often not
treated at all.
The first line of treatment is based on topical and antibiotic agents.
In cases of ocular rosacea, people must practice frequent eyelid care. Daily,
diluted baby shampoo or over-the-counter eyelid cleaner are normally
recommended. It may also require oral antibiotics.
Azelaic acid at different concentrations helps to clear the bumps and swelling
caused by rosacea.
Alpha-hydroxy acid, widely used in the cosmetics industry, reduces the
irritation, papules and pustules related to rosacea.
Several products must be avoided, including toners, scrubs, astringents, and
products that contain alcohol or acetone. Sunscreens should be used to protect
the face under the sunlight.
It is used in a single wavelength
or intense pulse light to get rid of dilated blood vessels or to remove excess