Beauty DIY: Rosacea Relief

Happy weekend to us! I am excited to have friends that I rarely get to see come and stay with me this weekend. I hope this weekend brings you lots of fun and good weather. Speaking of weather, winter hasn't been consistent in Atlanta. One minute it's in the 60s and then the next day, the 20s. My friends with rosacea have been experiencing flare ups due to the inconsistent weather. This Beauty DIY, which is travel-friendly, is what I always recommend to give them a little relief. Even if you don't have rosacea, it's very helpful with minor skin irritations or burns.

You'll Need:
4 chamomile tea bags
4 green tea bags
3 cups boiling water

Add tea bags to boiling water. I suggest using a pot or heat-safe bowl.
Allow to steep for 10-15 minutes.
Place tea in fridge or freezer until cool. Hot water will only exacerbate the symptoms, so allow it to cool.
Soak cloth in the tea, wring out the excess, and place on red areas for 15 minutes.
Feel free to repeat until relief or when the tea runs out.
You can store the tea for up to a week. Just make sure it is cool, not cold, before using.

The chamomile is calming and can alleviate puffy, tired eyes. It also helps to soothe skin with redness, skin inflammation, and rashes.
The green tea has been proven to help with rosacea and with minor burns/redness, and sun damage.

PS: Check out what I use black tea bags for here.

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  1. Great advice Elle. I'll give it a try. I have Rosacea.

  2. Wow, I didn't know you could do this!

  3. what an awesome idea will have to try it..weather has been all over the place here so hopefully this will help without me putting chemicals all over my face. love your DIYs :)

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  4. A great DIY for those with rosacea:) And have a fab weekend.

  5. Have a great time with your friends.

  6. The weather here has been kind of up and down, too. Great tips, and enjoy your weekend!

  7. I like anything to do with tea. Seems very relaxing. :)

  8. I had rosacea when I was pregnant the second time. It literally just popped up one day when I was 4 or 5 months along. At the time, my doctor prescribed some ointment, but it's awesome to know that there are other options available should I ever had another outbreak of it.

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  10. I've been having a lot of issues with redness lately so I'll definitely try this. I love grabbing ingredients out of the kitchen for a DIY :)

  11. This is a really good tip. Thanks for sharing!

  12. Good idea. I do agree that camomile is very calming, and should do well to calm the skin too.
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  13. my eyes are always tired looking - i should try that!

  14. I totally get what you mean about the winter! My skin has been really really gross. It definitely needs a little bit of TLC.

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  15. This sounds like it would be great. I am not sure if I have rosacea but occasionally I do notice my cheeks get a little red.

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  16. Wow, sounds great!! Hope you're having a fabulous weekend. xo, Julie

  17. Hi Elle, what I love about these types of posts is that you always provide us with a great DIY routine thats easy to accomplish.

  18. Great! I love a good DIY, I dont suffer from that particular problem though, i actually recently used green tea for a diy, but that was with a bentonite clay face mask.. X

  19. My skin on occasion gets red. YOur posts are the best!

  20. This is a recipe I want to save... I don't have rasacea but anything natural like this is good on my book!! Hope you had a great weekend!

  21. great post to help people out!!



  22. such a great DIY!


  23. such a great DIY! (I also love tea.. so nice to see it can be used for beauty tricks as well)

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  24. I use chamomile quite often, but for cosmetic purposes only, as I can't drink chamomile tea.. weird!

  25. I seriously need to do this! I've always heard rave reviews about this idea but I have yet to give it a whirl.

  26. great tip! i used to suffer from eczema and was told to try tea bags...

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  27. Ahh I wish I had chamomile on me! I'll have to pick some up later. I could totally use this, my skin has been so red and irritated all winter from the cold.

  28. Awesome! I had a major flare up over my whole body over the past week. I'm so itchy!!! Nighttime is the worst because I'll itch when I'm sleeping so I have no control. I'll have to try this. This morning, I massaged sweet almond oil all over myself in the shower and I feel a bit better today, but certain spots are still itchy.... hard the reach! lol



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