SeboCalm Redness Relief Face Moisturizer
A Review of Botanical Therapy Products and Ingredients
Rosacea is a tough condition to have. Sure, there are topical and oral medications your dermatologist can prescribe, but many work well for a year or two, but then they lose their effectiveness. Strict skin care routines, a diet eliminating triggers, and careful attention to environmental triggers help alleviate the redness, pustules, and irritation. It's hard, however, to maintain a strict level of control, and you can't always control the outdoor temperature, pollen count, or the wind. Botanical treatments are gaining ground among rosacea sufferers. I recently had the pleasure of testing out Botanical Therapy's Facial Serum for Rosacea. Here's what I found.
A Closer Look at What's in Botanical Therapy's Facial SerumThe rosacea serum contains nothing that generally irritates my sensitive skin. It's a custom blend of apricot oil, jojoba oil, sea buckthorn essential oil, lavender essential oil , rosemary essential oil, and helichrysum essential oil. It comes in a one-ounce bottle that has an eye dropper. It's easy to use. Simply spread five drops on the afflicted areas twice a day.
The IngredientsI own this awesome guide about essential oils for therapeutic use. If you haven't heard of Essential Oils: All-Natural Remedies and Recipes for Your Mind, Body, and Home , pick up a copy. It's not very expensive and talks a lot about the essential oils available today and how they help you. The book also looks at how essential oils are made, so you'll learn a lot. The key essential oils in BotanicalTherapy.com's rosacea oil are:
- Sea buckthorn