Products Suitable For Rosacea

Rosacea has been linked with an imbalance in gut bacteria, known as “dysbiosis.”1 As 70 percent of your immune system sits inside your gut,2 improving your gut health is a safe and natural place to start working on your rosacea. The root causes behind your rosacea are unique to you, so contact our Nutritional Therapists on live chat, for bespoke advice on creating a gut wellness program that is right for you and your rosacea.

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These products are suitable for people who may be prone to rosacea:

Probiotic Goats Milk Kefir

Complete Prebiotic

Soothing Kefir Lotion

150ml

Soothing Kefir Cleanser

Skin Rescue Tea

CG Teapot

Microbiome Test

The Good Skin Solution

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It works for me. The service is also outstanding thank you Chuckling Goat.
~ John

Great product and fantastic helpful team. Highly recommended
~ Deborah

Great products, knowledgeable and friendly customer service. Love the goat magic!
~ Laura

Great taste, fantastic results and very good personal service. I would recommend the kefir and the soap bars to anyone!
~ Christina

Brilliant , love the taste has helped my bloating stomach , wont be without it ,can feel it doing me good
~ Amanda Ratcliffe

Brilliant got my gut back to some form of normallity.
~ Sarah Allan

Lovely farm and friendly service. If you are allergic to cows milk then this is the best alternative.
~ Merryl Drake

Great product and service, improvement in my skin within a couple of weeks after starting on the Kefir.
~ Paul Mortimer

Great products, pregnancy acne clearing. Thanks
~ Olivia Woolnough

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Rosacea is a common disorder that mainly affects skin on the face. It causes redness on the nose, chin, cheeks, and forehead. Over time, the redness can become more intense, taking on a ruddy appearance. Blood vessels may become visible.

In some cases, rosacea appears on the chest, back, or neck. It can affect the eyes, causing them to feel irritated and to appear bloodshot or watery. People with rosacea can also develop red solid bumps and pus-filled pimples. The disorder can cause the nose to take on a bulbous, swollen appearance called rhinophyma.3

Rosacea is not just a skin condition, but an autoimmune disorder. Female rosacea patients have higher rates of other autoimmune disorders including type 1 diabetes, celiac disease, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis.4

References

  1. Journal of clinical gastroenterology. - "Skin Microbiome and Skin Disease The Example of Rosacea. ". Written by Picardo, Mauro & Ottaviani, Monica. on September 8, 2013
    link to articlehttps://www.researchgate.net/publication/267756153_Skin_Microbiome_and_Skin_Disease_The_Example_of_Rosacea
  2. Clinical and experimental immunology - "Allergy and the gastrointestinal system". Written by Vighi, G., Marcucci, F., Sensi, L., Di Cara, G., & Frati, F. on September 15, 2008
    link to articlehttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2515351/
  3. WebMD - "Your Skin and Rosacea". Written by Stephanie S. Gardner, MD on February 12, 2019
    link to articlehttps://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/guide/skin-conditions-rosacea#1
  4. Dermatology Times - "More evidence of rosacea, autoimmune link". Written by Randy Dotinga on April 7, 2016
    link to articlehttps://www.dermatologytimes.com/new-approaches-managing-rosacea-resource-center/more-evidence-rosacea-autoimmune-link