- A chamomile tea cold compress can soothe irritated skin.
- Applying ice to the face may feel good but it should be used with caution, because it can worsen the reddening.
- Applying water-filled cold packs, a washcloth soaked in ice-cold water, or a compress of cold milk and ice-cold water to the neck and face can relieve flushing.
- Sucking on ice chips can also help relieve flushing.
- Hypnotherapy is especially useful in treating skin disease that can be triggered by emotions, including rosacea. As a complementary therapy, hypnosis has been shown to improve Rosacea, especially the flushing component.
- Avoid sun exposure as it flares up Rosacea in 81 % of people.
- Avoid both physical and mental stress.
- Avoid heat, extreme hot or cold bath, humidity, wind, indoor heat as they dilate the blood vessels and increases Rosacea.