Before and After - MicrocurrentRosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition. It is believed to be hereditary, but environmental factors, including sun, stress, alcohol and weather conditions, have their impact and may trigger the condition. 

While anyone may develop Rosacea, people with fair skin, often of Northern European descent, who tend to flush easily are most at risk. It is more frequently diagnosed in women, however men tend to have the worst symptoms. The condition usually begins with a flush and then slowly spreads beyond the nose and cheeks to the forehead and chin. Even the ears, chest and back might be touched by Rosacea and begin to take on the red, ruddy appearance.

Rosacea is a long term skin condition characterized by facial redness, small and superficial dilated blood vessels on facial skin, papules, pustules, and swelling. Over time, people who have Rosacea often see permanent redness in the center of their face.

Rosacea affects people of all ages, and has four subtypes:

  • Erythematotelangiectatic: Redness, flushing, visible blood vessels.
  • Papulopustular: Redness, swelling, and acne-like breakouts.
  • Phymatous: Skin thickens and has a bumpy texture.
  • Ocular: Eyes red and irritated, eyelids can be swollen, and person may have what looks like a sty.

Many will experience symptoms of more than one category at the same time. Whether or not Rosacea evolves into a new category, each individual symptom can gradually worsen from mild to moderate to severe. The pathophysiology of rosacea is poorly understood. Molecular studies suggest that an altered innate immune response is involved in the pathogenesis of the Rosacea disease.

Living with Rosacea can cause psychological, social, and even economic problems as this condition alters a person’s appearance. More than 90% of patients reported that the condition had lowered their self-confidence and self-esteem. Nearly 9 out of 10 said their symptoms had done harm to their professional lives.

Early diagnosis is important for treating Rosacea. Daily use of a chemical free sunscreen and keeping the skin cool can help prevent flare-ups. Avoid facial products that contain alcohol or other harsh skin irritants. If those with Rosacea are careful to keep notes on their condition, they may be able to learn their own trigger. Avoiding these triggers and following a Rosacea skin-care plan designed with their health care or skin care provider can certainly help the appearance and number of flare-ups.

NeoGenesis Products for Rosacea

NeoGenesis Booster, abundant in S²RM®, as well as Skin Serum, naturally delivers the nutrients needed by healthy skin to act normally. Those with Rosacea should use new products carefully, monitoring their response as new products can be a trigger. Using Booster or Skin Serum, as recommended by a skin care professional, on cleansed skin daily and following with one of our moisturizers can provide the necessary emollients and molecules to enable the skin to become less red and irritated and help diminish the buildup of thick skin. Incorporate Salicylic Acid Gel to help with soothing and calming irritation that may present with this condition.

To begin a home care protocol for those with Rosacea, use our Cleanser  to prepare it for the serum, follow with a spray of our Moisturizing Mist, apply Booster or Skin Serum. For added help with irritated skin use our gentle Salicylic Acid Gel once a day and finish with Intensive MoisturizerLight Moisturizer, or Barrier Renewal Cream.  A chemical-free sunscreen is recommended for daytime use. 


“I’m on my 2nd bottle, which means I really liked it! It’s repairing and strengthening my skin. It is potent, but does not cause skin sensitivity. I enjoy how this feels on my face and the improvements in my skin. My face is finally not red and inflamed. I’m so happy!!”  ~ DD – Skin Beautiful RX

Product: NeoGenesis Recovery

“NeoGenesis Inc has been a godsend for my rosacea. Won’t use anything else!!” ~ TP

Rosacea - Before + After“I loved how my skin looked and felt after the first treatment with NeoGenesis’ stem cell skincare products along with microcurrent. The redness diminished greatly and it felt softer and smoother. I’m excited to have a home care protocol that will continue to improve my skin.” ~ JW


Products: NeoGenesis Recovery, Skin Serum, Intensive Moisturizer


“This is my second bottle of the NeoGenesis mist. I really enjoy the way it feels on my face, neck, and chest. It’s so nice and refreshing. When the redness acts up in my cheeks this really soothes them. Out of all the mists I have this one seems to work best with my makeup base and tinted sunscreens. I also love it for rewetting the slip when I’m using micro needle pen. This mist is lovely. I’ll always keep on hand.” ~ TS – Skin Beautiful RX

Product: Moisturizing Mist

Before + After - Acne

“KM has had problem skin for years and when the pandemic started, her skin took a turn for the worst. Her skin is super sensitive and wearing a mask has not helped. Being stressed and environmental issues have contributed to her skin breaking out. The texture of her skin was really rough and bumpy and her cheeks were inflamed and red.

After consistent usage of NeoGenesis products, KM’s skin has improved tremendously. Her skin is now soft and smooth, the redness gone and the outbreaks have diminished. The Mandelic Acid 8% has really cleared her skin. The Booster serum has helped significantly with the dryness of her skin, tone and texture.

We are thrilled! This is truly a great example of what stem cell molecules can do for the skin.” ~ Christine Preston, Skin Discovery

Products: Cleanser, Mandelic Acid 8%, Booster, Barrier Renewal Cream

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