Ladies, it just so happens that April is Rosacea Awareness month. It’s a skin condition that commonly goes misdiagnosed as adult acne or ignored, and a lot of people may not even know they suffer from it. As it so happens, I also suffer from it.
Over two million Canadians are afflicted with this chronic inflammatory condition, and there is no proven cure. Part the April awareness campaign is to raise awareness for rosacea and how it affects people physically and emotionally. It’s not life threatening, but it is embarrassing and can even be disfiguring in extreme cases.
Riversol was created by Dr. Rivers of Riversol Solutions Inc, also president of the Acne and Rosacea Society of Canada, and it is considered a natural healing essential oil, deeply rooted in the forest of the Pacific North West of BC, with the help of UBC’s Faculty of Forestry.
Riversol for redness uses a key natural ingredient called beta-thujaplicin; a potent antioxidant derived from the Western Red Cedar tree. After many years of searching for a skin care system to effectively calm the symptoms of rosacea, Vancouver dermatologist, Dr. Jason Rivers developed a skin care line specifically formulated to help this condition and sensitive skin in general. A powerful combination of beta-thujaplicin, Vitamin C and Vitamin E calms the skin, reduces the appearance of redness, and improves clarity and texture while deeply hydrating the skin – important factors in helping men and women with rosacea. This hypoallergenic line is also formaldehyde, dye, fragrance and gluten free.
Available online at www.riversol.com and through select locations.
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