SEBORRHEA
Seborrhea is a condition of the sebaceous glands in which excessive secretion or disturbed quality of sebum (oil) collects on the skin and
forms an oily coating, crusts or scales accompanied with an itching or burning sensation. Treatment is designed to minimize the signs and
symptoms.
ROSACEA
Rosacea is characterized by excessive oiliness. The nose and cheeks are areas most frequently affected. The skin appears flushed, and
will develop papules and pustules. If this condition is left untreated, the skin may become lumpy. Rosacea usually appears after age 35,
and it is more common in females than males. Soothing treatments using botanicals such as chamomile, geranium, myrrh, peppermint,
rose, sandlewood, tea tree and lavender are helpful. This condition may require consultation with a dermatologist.
SENSITIVE SKIN
Sensitive skin can be from genetic ailments such as eczema, rosacea, to severe allergies. Some people may have skin reactions to a
product or ingredient. However, people with persistent issues are classified as having sensitive skin.
HOME CARE FOR SEBORRHEA, ROSACEA, SENSITIVE SKIN
A.M.
(entire eye area)
P.M.
(entire eye area)
(once or twice a week)
SEBORRHEA, ROSACEA, SENSITIVE SKIN