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The right amount of the right sunscreen each and every day reduces up to 70% of rosacea symptoms and prevents up to 40% of photoaging over long-term use (defined as uninterrupted use over periods in excess of one year).
Proper sunscreen use is a cornerstone of long-term, best-practice rosacea treatment.
Skin exposure to daylight is considered to be a prime factor in the initiation and progression of rosacea from early to advanced symptoms.
Histological tests invariably show severe damage to the dermal matrix of rosacea patients' skins characteristic of photoaging.
Rosacea patients should use sunscreen every day without exception, irrespective of cloud coverage, however the wrong sunscreening agents are irritating and the wrong sunscreen use inadequate in helping prevent rosacea symptoms and progression.
Rosacea patients can review the below documents and recommendations.