Want to know more about why you should try ZO Skin Health products? Want to know more about how to take care of your skin, outside of a proper skincare routine? This series of blog posts will tackle several skin health myths, as well as how our products benefit you and your skin.

Vitamin C for skin

Vitamin C is a true hero ingredient as it provides a huge range of benefits for the skin. From fighting ageing skin and dealing with pigmentation to defending the skin from environmental harm. Vitamin C can help keep your skin look younger for longer. Find out just a few of the incredible benefits this ingredient can do for your skin below. vitamin c

Free Radicals

Free radicals are said to cause ageing skin in a number of ways. They are linked to hyperpigmentation, inflammation, and the breakdown of collagen and elastin. Vitamin C defends the skin against free radical damage and as a result, it helps to prevent these skin conditions from occurring.

Protects Against Skin Discolouration

In addition to protecting the skin from skin discolouration, it can also help to treat any pre-existing damage as vitamin C is skin brightening. It can help with all levels of skin pigmentation from freckles to brown spots.

Heals Wounds

Vitamin C is also essential for replacing damaged tissue and helping to heal wounds. It is part of the process which improves skin elasticity and helps to create scar tissue for a speedy recovery.

Production Of Collagen

This vitamin is also a must-have anti-ageing ingredient. It helps to bind the molecules that produce collagen which in turn ensures the skin is firm and lifted, reducing any fine lines and wrinkles.

Ossential® C-Bright Serum

The ZO Skin Health Ossential® C-Bright Serum provides a potent dose of pure vitamin C that is stabilised to brighten and re-texturise the skin. This serum maximises the exfoliation and brightening effects, revealing radiant, even-toned skin. Plus, this vitamin C serum also helps to minimise the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Top Benefits:

  • Rapidly exfoliates the skin’s surface hyperpigmentation for a brighter complexion and even tone.
  • Prevents new pigment from forming.
  • Helps to defend against environmental triggers that can initiate new pigment formation.
  • Hydrates and supports skin barrier restoration.
  • Minimises the appearance of fine line and wrinkles.

Find out more about C-Bright.

Hydroquinone: The Controversial Skin Lightener

The controversial skin lightener hydroquinone can be effective for certain indications but prolonged use has the potential to cause severe side effects. Dr Zein Obagi discusses skin brightening alternatives and combination treatments

While I am a strong proponent of hydroquinone, there are good reasons for physicians to prescribe alternatives for patients with chronic discolouration concerns. Used in reasonable concentrations and under physician supervision, hydroquinone is safe and effective for pigment problems such as sun damage, melasma and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. It can also prepare skin for rarer issues, like nevi of Ota and Huri, which require laser treatment.

However, to save money and avoid paying consultation fees, some patients continue hydroquinone treatment for years without medical supervision. This is dangerous and can result in severe consequences that are difficult to reverse.


Even under the best medical supervision, patients can develop resistance to the lightening effects of hydroquinone. In my practice, I have found 4% concentration of hydroquinone, used for four to six months, to be the most effective. After this time, some melasma patients stop showing improvement in their skin pigmentation. As the hydroquinone no longer affects the dark spots of melasma, the bleaching effects appear more pronounced in unaffected areas. As the active melanocytes in the affected areas develop resistance to hydroquinone, the patient’s hyperpigmentation in these areas worsens.


To avoid such problems, after no more than five months of hydroquinone application, all patients should stop using this drug for two to three months. This allows melanocytes to stabilise, so they can withstand external and internal factors that might otherwise increase their activity, and restore the skin’s natural melanin. During this phase, patients can use other lightening agents and then resume hydroquinone if necessary afterwards.

Some dermatologists may choose to treat resistant melasma by increasing the concentration of hydroquinone. I strongly advise against this approach. Aggressive application of 4% hydroquinone combined in equal parts with retinoic acid for five months works well, after which patients should use retinol alone for two to three months and then resume hydroquinone treatment if needed.


Sun exposure is the main cause of the over production of melanin, but exacerbating factors include hormonal fluctuations, acne, medication and aesthetic treatments. Any condition causing redness and inflammation can enhance the discolouring effects of UV exposure, including overuse of hydroquinone.

We now know that decreasing the amount of melanin in skin, as hydroquinone does, creates photosensitivity. Without proper sunscreen use (SPF ≥30, with frequent reapplication), photosensitivity leads to inflammation which stimulates melanin production.

The sun can also affect melanocytes directly, increasing melanin production and possibly leading to rebound pigmentation. In addition, phototoxic reactions can trigger a chemically altered bluish melanin compound which is responsible for ochronosis. This is tough to treat because it involves pigmentary changes deep in the dermis associated with altered skin texture.

In the last few years, I have observed a higher incidence of ochronosis in patients who have used various concentrations of hydroquinone, often for years on end. In these patients, ochronosis has occurred in the areas of the face that experience the most sun exposure.

Using multiple modalities such as chemical peels, IPL and fractional laser treatments simultaneously with continuous hydroquinone use, also contributes to ochronosis. This serves as a reminder that when treating hyperpigmentation, we should not use exfoliative procedures, chemical peels, laser resurfacing, or other thermal rejuvenating devices as our first step.

Instead, we should focus on proper skin conditioning—using hydroquinone, hydroquinone plus retinoic acid, alpha hydroxy acids, antioxidants, and any disease-specific agents necessary—for four to six weeks before and after any procedure, once skin healing is complete. This helps to restore normality and functionality to the skin and improves treatment results.

Hydroquinone Combinations  

A number of products combine hydroquinone with ingredients such as retinoic acid, glycolic acid and topical steroids. But prolonged use of such products can worsen pigmentation and create additional issues. This is especially true of products that combine hydroquinone, retinoic acid and steroids, and the combination of hydroquinone, tretinoin and fluocinolone. Long-term use can lead to skin atrophy, telangiectasias, skin sensitivity and more stubborn pigmentation.

The topical steroids in these formulations aim to suppress inflammation. This is critical because inflammation excites melanocytes, stimulating melanin production. However, topical steroids only work on pigmentation induced by trauma or disease—post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. In contrast, we must avoid prescribing topical steroids for patients with pigment problems not caused by inflammation, such as melasma.

To avoid disrupting cellular function, these triple-combination products should not be used for longer than five to seven days, in accordance with their instructions. As an alternative, a combination of hydroquinone and retinoic acid without a steroid can be used. It is safer and quite effective when used properly for three to five months with strict sun protection.

Brightening Alternatives

Non-hydroquinone brightening agents may also be prescribed instead of hydroquinone as a healthy maintenance system and to avoid atrophy, carcinogenesis and other local or systemic side effects with long-term exposure.

You should have multiple approaches for each condition and be able to choose the right one for your patients. We have created a non-hydroquinone protocol—not to bleach, but to stabilise cells in order to stop the melanocytes from being active all the time.

ZO Non-Hydroquinone Hyperpigmentation System

The ZO Non-Hydroquinone Hyperpigmentation System is a five-product regimen formulated to reverse discolouration, prevent new spots from forming and fight lines, wrinkles and rough texture. Brightenex Skin Brightener and Correcting Crème is the protocol’s anchor, formulated with retinol, vitamin C, melanin inhibitors and antioxidant vitamins E and C to target the three stages of discolouration.

For Redness and Flaking

If redness or flaking occurs, the system includes Restoracalm Soothing Recovery Crème that can be applied as needed. Retamax Active Vitamin A Micro Emulsion supports the lightening effects of Brightenex, and fights signs of age with a blend of retinol, plant stem cells and bio-mimetic proteins to stimulate collagen and restore the skin’s barrier function.

Restoring Skin Functionality

Ossential Daily Power Defense is a daytime treatment that features retinol, antioxidants and DNA repairing enzymes to help minimise UV oxidative damage and uneven pigmentation, while restoring skin function and elasticity.

Sun Protection

Sun protection is vital in any regime. Oclipse-C Broad-Spectrum Sunscreen SPF 50 contains fractionated melanin and antioxidants to shield skin from high-energy, blue violet light. I recommend always using a mineral-based broad-spectrum sunscreen as in Oclipse-C for effective UV protection without potential reactions.

Ascorbic Acid

The C-Bright 10% Active Vitamin C Serum harnesses the brightening powers of ascorbic acid. It’s a water-free formula that self activates upon contact with skin. Our non-hydroquinone skin brightener, Brightalive Non-Retinol Skin Brightener uses a multi-vectored skin pigment management approach with alpha-arbutin and bio-engineered plant phytotechnology to inhibit melanin production.

The face, chest and the back of the hands are the most common places for discolouration, although dark spots can also develop on the arms and legs. Brightening products developed specifically for the body is a new category and takes into consideration the difference between facial and body skin.

Full Body Treatment

Brightamax Non-Facial Brightener is a full body treatment formulated to manage every stage of skin discolouration on contact. Retinol and vitamin C work to brighten existing pigmentation. Gluccosamine, glutathione, and soy isoflavones prevent future dark spots and discolouration. Stachys officinalis and acetoside mediate redness caused by histamine release, preventing post-inflammatory pigmentation.

Through careful management of hydroquinone usage—optimally four to six months at the most—followed by non-hydroquinone treatments for maintenance, hyperpigmentation can be lessened and controlled. Every case is different, and some patients require additional modalities, such as chemical peels or laser treatments, although in many instances topical treatment is adequate as a solo approach.

Dr Zein Obagi is a dermatologist in Beverly Hills, California and is Medical Director of ZO Skin Health

Source Repost: http://www.bodylanguage.net/on-the-bright-side/ 

Does ZO’s Growth Factor Plus Serum Work?

Ossential® Growth Factor Serum Plus delivers daily DNA repair and antioxidant protection to slow and correct signs of ageing. Two growth factors in Growth Factor serum support collagen production for increased skin density. A combination of retinol and amino acids in this serum stimulate cellular function, reduce collagen degradation and restore elasticity for total skin rejuvenation.

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Who is it Suitable For?

This serum is a lightweight gel that helps strengthen skin, supports skin repair and protects against future signs of ageing. It’s perfect for all skin types, even the most sensitive skin.

How Exactly Does the Growth Factor Serum Benefit the Skin?

  • Boosts elastin and collagen production to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and to tighten and firm the skin.
  • Growth Factor serum promotes cell turnover to help smooth the skin and provide a more even skin tone against skin pigmentation.
  • Helps protect against DNA damage and encourages healthy DNA repair.
  • Growth factor plus includes antioxidants to provide protection against free radical damage.

What ZO® Customers are Loving

Sometimes it’s good to hear from the everyday users of a brand to be fully convinced of its effectiveness! So we’ve got rounded up some customer reviews, who love ZO® just as much as we do!

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Favourite ZO Products for Beating Blemishes

A Review on the Ossential® Daily Power Defense and Oclipse® Sunscreen + Primer SPF 30

Introducing Ossential Daily Power Defense and Oclipse Sunscreen + Primer SPF 30. Anti-aging retinol, peptides, and ceramides defend your skin from pollutants, while the sunscreen + primer preps and protects your skin from damaging UVA, UVB, and HEV rays. Both products come from the @zoskinhealth line and are available right here at Thermae Center for Advanced Aesthetics​. Purchase this powerhouse duo together and take 20% OFF, only until August 31st! @sar_carruthers2016 @agesmarter . . . . . . . . . . #yycbeauty #yychealth #antiaging #antiagingskincare #skincare #skincarecanada #zoskinhealth #ossential #oclipse #sunscreen #retional #skindamage #sundamage #uva #uvb #hevlight #hevrays #hevprotection #skincareroutine #yycdeals #yycdiscounts #yycsale #artpieces in the background by @tiffanywollman

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Oraser® Cellulite Control: The Miracle Cellulite Cream

Sunscreen Recommendations: ZO® SmartTone

As a dermatologist, patients often ask if I stay out of the sun?. Growing up in Southern California, I was on the beach almost every day ?. I love to surf?‍♀️, swim ?‍♀️ and I love the ocean ?However, I have always protected my skin by using smart sunscreens and I am religious about re-applying throughout the day ?? So no, you do not have to stay out of the sun☀️ , but just be smart and protect your skin? Sunscreens with physical blockers such as zinc oxide and titanium dioxide are best ✅ . They physically reflect the UV rays off the skin. Smart sunscreens ?can also reverse sun damage that has occurred in addition to protecting from future damage ?? I recommend Total Defense+Repair by SkinMedica, ZO Oclipse SmartTone and the ColorScience brush on sunscreen for easy re-application. #summer #surfergirl #summertime #sunscreen #skinmedica #colorscience #zoskinhealth #sun #beach #beachlife #beauty #la #oc #beautiful #skincare #skincancer #stefanikappelmd

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A Review on ZO Medical: Post-Procedure Kit

A True Passion for ZO products: Especially the Exfoliating Cleanser 

THIS is the first thing I look for when I wake up every morning (alright alright.. I'll be honest, it's my phone). But I kid you not, this is the first thing I look for when I get out of bed. And if you don't believe me, hear this – About four years ago, I was flying back to Mumbai from New Zealand when the security officer retained my face wash as a punishment for carrying more than 100ml on the flight #stupidme. He might as well have sentenced me to death as back then ZO skin care wasn't available in Mumbai #panicmodeon. Believe it or not, I actually had someone get this product collected from Dubai and had it delivered to the Mumbai airport before my touch down. This is just one of the million (zillion rather) examples of my what-will-I-do-without-my-ZO moments. And THAT is how much their products mean to me. I have been using Zein Obagi (ZO) products for about a decade now, and I swear by them. I've met Dr. Obagi in person too, the founder of this brand and I have no doubts about the fact that he is the God of Hollywood and Bollywood celebrity skincare. So don't say I didn't warn you, as once you see the results you'll actually get addicted to this drug; cause we all know that flawless skin gives a different high. #ZOSkinHealth #exfoliatingcleanser #facewash #anti-aging #moisturizing #foodforskin #skinlover #skincare #dailyregimen #loveyourskin #healthyskin #firmerskin #lookyoung #feelgood #ZeinObagi #ZO #Spasociety for #Spalovers #spagasm #spaaddict #spatrotter #mypassion #lml PC – @rabea_natasha_ahmed

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Move Over Everyday Scrub: Glycogent™ is the Ultimate ZO Medical At-Home Exfoliant

Men Love ZO® Too!

Loving these 3 new additions by #ZOSkinHealth and they fit in so well with my current skincare regimen! ? The amazing blue scrub contains magnesium crystals to exfoliate dead skin cells and help create a clearer, smoother, more even-toned complexion. It also contains vitamin C, A and E for antioxidant protection and to help achieve glowing skin. Advanced Radical Night Repair contains skin defenders that target the multiple signs of ageing. Formulated with a 1% retinol concentration that targets UV-damaged, aged skin more effectively than any other anti-ageing treatment. This radical skin repair serum features the highest concentration of retinol you can find in over the counter products. Oclipse® Sunscreen + Primer SPF 30 uses a multiple-defense sun protection system that provides full-spectrum defense against UVA rays and UVB rays. This multi-tasking SPF sunscreen and makeup primer combination delivers a universal tint and silky matte finish to help reduce the appearance of skin imperfections. These products come highly recommended!! #theskinbro #skinfluencer #skinblog #skinblogger #skinadvice #skintip #skintips #skin #productreview #skincare #skinfaves #formen #mensskincare #maleskincare #skinhealth #menshealth #skinfit #facial #bluescrub #spf #primer #radicalnightrepair #serum #maleblogger #malebloggers #irishblogger #bblogger #bbloggers #beauty

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The Exfoliating Polish: Another Firm Customer Favourite

Product Spotlight: Daily Power Defense

Ossential® Daily Power Defense is a lightweight skin restorer serum designed to help protect and repair skin. Formulated with retinol, enzymes and antioxidants to help repair damaged cells and protect against future damage. A skin restorer that promotes collagen production, uses DNA repair enzymes to enhance your skin’s recovery capabilities and encourages cellular activity to aid in skin cell repair. The special enzymes in this daily defence serum attach directly to your own DNA molecules and repair oxidative damage such as skin pigmentation caused by UV exposure.

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Who is The Daily Power Defense Suitable For?

This serum is suitable for all skin types but is ideal for those who want to target signs of ageing such as brown spots, uneven skin tone, fine lines and wrinkles.


  • Provides hydration.
  • Packed with antioxidants and DNA repair enzymes to protect skin and battle against environmental aggressors, oxidative stress and pollutants.
  • Retinol helps improve the texture of skin, softening fine lines and wrinkles, brightening imperfections for an overall smoother complexion.
  • Repairs DNA damage and protects skin against future damage.
  •  Strengthen skin’s barrier for long-term healthier and stronger skin.
  • Speeds up skin’s natural recovery system.

Top 3 Summer Product Picks

With warmer weather comes fewer layers, so wanting your skin to be at its best is completely understandable. Which is why we’ve rounded up some of our favourite products for summer.

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Summer Product Picks

Oraser® Cellulite Control: A cellulite cream that actually works. The Oraser® Cellulite Control is one of our top summer product picks as it offers instant firming effects to radically reduce the appearance of cellulite. Ideal if you’re hesitant about wearing a swimsuit. In addition to smoothing skin and diminishing the appearance of cellulite and its dimpling effect, the crème also helps improve microcirculation, reduce skin contour, encourage the production of collagen for firmer skin, and restore hydration to support a healthy skin barrier function. But the benefits don’t stop there. This cellulite cream also works 24/7 to prevent new cellulite from forming. So it doesn’t just make it go away, Cellulite Control ensures it stays away.

Ossential® C-Bright Serum: Formulated with 10% Ascorbic Acid, this serum retexturizes the skin for a brighter more luminous complexion. A potent vitamin C serum that helps remove skin discoloration, prevents new pigment from forming and defends against oxidative stress and environmental triggers that can cause pigmentation. Additionally, this pure dose of vitamin C helps to minimise the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. So your skin will look radiant and younger for the summer.

Oclipse® Daily Sheer: Give your skin unparalleled sun protection with this sunscreen. Of course, a sun protection cream would be in our top summer product picks and our brand new Daily Sheer is currently one of our favourites. In addition to its advanced triple-spectrum protection that shields skin against UVA/UVB, HEV, and IR-A (infrared) rays, this sunscreen SPF is non-greasy and quick-drying enabling it to blend easily into the skin for a sheer matte finish. This water-resistant sunscreen delivers exceptional protection for up to 80 minutes, ideal for those who like outdoor activities during the summer.

A More In-Depth Look Into The Oclipse® Daily Sheer

Oclipse® Daily Sheer SPF 50 is a non-greasy, quick drying sunscreen which blends seamlessly into the skin for a sheer matte finish. Water and perspiration resistant, Daily Sheer delivers superior protection during outdoor activities. This sunscreen provides daily-broad spectrum protection against harmful, skin ageing UVA rays and skin burning UVB rays with a blend of FDA approved filters, while fractionated melanin helps shield the skin against the ageing effects of HEV light. Packed with added hydration, this sunscreen helps maintain the skin’s natural moisture balance, helping to prevent dryness from increased outdoor exposure.

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The Rise in Tech Use

HEV light (high energy visible light) is found within the sun’s harmful rays but is also emitted by our mobile phones, computer screens and laptops. HEV light, which appears blue in colour, is very close to UV light on the electromagnetic spectrum. Many of us work in front of screens, and then spend much of our leisure time looking at them too – sometimes even using two at once. This is especially true for younger generations. In Britain, 81% of 10 to 15-year-olds with a mobile phone also use a second screen while they watch TV. Currently, European users spend around three hours on average looking at artificial light sources, while in the US and Japan this rises to four hours a day.

Blue Light Concerns

DSM’s scientists (DSM (Basel, Switzerland) is one of the largest worldwide technology suppliers to the Nutritional, Pharma and Cosmetic industries) have taken a very close look at the effects of blue light on the skin. It is known that blue light actually penetrates deeper than either UVB or UVA rays.
Using light sources that excluded UV rays, scientists have shown that blue light has the potential to penetrate and damage all skin layers. At the surface, it is a major source of oxidative stress through the formation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and reactive nitrogen species (RNS). It weakens the epidermal barrier and leads to hyperpigmentation. The damage it causes to the extracellular matrix can accelerate the ageing process.

With chronic and long exposure the light from mobile devices can cause damage to the texture of the skin. Dr Zein Obagi finds it easy to detect which hand his patients hold their phones in, “In my experience, I have been able to tell which hand a patient holds their phone in, as the skin takes on a dull, almost dirty texture, which has not been induced by the sun.”

Dr Obagi insists that a DNA repairing agent and an antioxidant are necessary to encourage skin’s defence mechanisms. “We have been able to successfully incorporate breakthrough ingredient Liposhield HEV Melanin, a fractionated melanin, into a novel formulation while maintaining its efficacy. ZO Skin Health Oclipse® Smart Tone Broad Spectrum SPF50 first launched 5 years ago with this patented and unique ingredient, in 2017 Oclipse® Daily Sheer illustrates once again how cutting edge ZO is in innovation as they lead the market with HEV protection benefit integration across their sunscreens.

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Oclipse® Daily Sheer Benefits

• Retains SPF for up to 80 minutes of water exposure and is perspiration resistant
• Non-greasy, quick drying formula provides a sheer matte finish
• ZOX12 provides continues antioxidant protection against free radical damage and the harmful effects of infrared (IR-A) rays
• DNA repair and protection complex helps prevent future oxidative stress
• Restores hydration and replenishes lipids to enhance skin barrier function
• Soothes the skin and maximises inflammation
Founded by expert global dermatologist Dr Zein Obagi, ZO Skin Health and ZO Medical are regarded as leading the way in the treatment of skin health. As the pioneer of treating skin concerns at their source, rather than a surface level, Dr Obagi is recognised as shaping the future of the skincare industry, delivering results for complex skin conditions previously deemed impossible.

The ZO® Fundamental 5

Not sure where to start with ZO? The fundamental 5 are a carefully selected group of products recommended to rejuvenate and revitalise dull, tired skin.

In 5 easy steps, you can start your ZO journey to younger, healthier looking skin. Wash, scrub, oil-control, stimulate and protect.

The Fundamental 5

Fundamental 5

1. Wash: Offects® Exfoliating Cleanser

This cleanser and exfoliant combination targets oil, dirt and bacteria in the skin leaving it deeply cleansed, without stripping the skin of its natural oils.

2. Scrub: Offects® Exfoliating Polish

This exfoliant instantly polishes skin to restore a smoother texture and deliver healthy glowing skin.

3. Oil-Control: Offects® TE-Pads™ 

A dual-chemical exfoliation removes dead skin cells to prevent clogged pores and help decrease a potential acne breakout.

4. Balance: Ossential® Daily Power Defense™ 

Formulated with retinol, enzymes and antioxidants, this skin restorer helps to stabilise skin by repairing damaged cells and protecting skin against future damage.

Protect: Oclipse® Sunscreen + Primer SPF 30

A broad-spectrum UVA/UVB SPF that uses a multiple-defense sun protection system to provides full-spectrum defence against UV rays in addition to shielding skin from the ageing effects of HEV light (high-energy visible light).

What helps correct Rosacea?

Rosacea is a chronic acquired skin condition that often affects adults between 30-50 years old. It is 3 times more common in women who are fair skinned and find that they flush quite easily. Ever feel so frustrated with your skin that you just want to hide away? Well, now you don’t have to with the help of ZO®.

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Common Rosacea Symptoms

The most common symptoms of rosacea are facial redness, telangiectasia, inflammation and swelling. It usually affects the nose, cheeks, chin and forehead areas. If left untreated, it can progress into acne rosacea, developing papules, which is why rosacea can be misdiagnosed as acne.

However, it#s important not to confuse acne as rosacea, as certain acne treatments can aggravate and worsen rosacea skin.

The exact cause of rosacea is still unknown, which is why only its symptoms can currently be treated and corrected. However, there are some known triggers such as a drastic change in temperature, physical exertion, sunlight, stress, alcohol, caffeine and spicy foods.

Treating Rosacea

Other than avoiding the most common rosacea triggers. ZO® has a ground-breaking rosacea treatment called Rozatrol™. This normalising serum treats, stabilises and prevents rosacea symptoms. But it can also just be used for red or sensitised skin.

How does Rozatrol™ work to treat Rosacea?

  • It helps to minimise inflammation with its Inflammatory Modulation Complex.
  • The inclusion of the ingredient Palmitoyl Glycine promotes healthy microcirculation, so helping to avoid flare-ups when you physically exert yourself or increase circulation in the body.
  • Treating rosacea requires controlling inflammation and this can be done through balancing oil production. Rozatrol™ prevents excess sebum production and provides antimicrobial benefits as well.
  • This rosacea treatment also includes Papain which provides gentle, enzymatic exfoliation to improve skin texture and tone.
  • Also, restores healthy cellular communication in addition to including the exclusive ZO® complex ZO-RRS2™ which provides powerful antioxidant protection and minimises inflammation.
  • Rozatrol™ also helps to normalise rosacea by replenishing hydration and strengthening barrier function with Glycerin.

Find out more about Rozatrol™ here.

Discover the different types of Rosacea here. 

Read an in-depth report on Rosacea symptoms and its triggers. 

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