Rosacea Awareness Month: New information video

ROSACEA AWARENESS MONTH This April marks Rosacea Awareness Month, and to support this, the Irish Skin Foundation (ISF) have launched a new information video resource for people living with this common skin condition. The video resource, presented by Professor Anne – Marie Tobin, Consultant Dermatologist, Tallaght University Hospital, provides information on the causes, symptoms, and […]

Rosacea: The Curse of the Celts

What is rosacea? Rosacea is most frequently seen in people who have fair skin, especially those of Celtic origin and northern European descent. It is a common, chronic, inflammatory skin condition, which mainly affects facial skin. Rosacea can be recognised by frequent flushing, persistent redness of central areas of the face, and in some people, […]

Self-Care Tips for Rosacea

These are some of the most important things we think you need to know about rosacea and how you can best manage it yourself! 1: Identify your triggers If possible, identify and avoid any lifestyle or environmental factors which trigger or exacerbate symptoms. Examples of common triggers can include alcohol, hot beverages, spicy foods, and […]

All You Need to Know about Adult Seborrhoeic Dermatitis

What is Seborrhoeic dermatitis? Seborrhoeic dermatitis is a common skin condition, causing scaly red patches of skin and flaking. It mainly affects areas on the body where there are a lot of oil-producing (sebaceous) glands and is more commonly found on the scalp, centre of the forehead, sides of the nose, eyelids, eyebrows, moustache and […]