The Products You’ve Seen Rosacea Blogger Rosy Julie BC Try & Love!
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An all natural, rosacea-friendly facial oil from the SBT Seabuckthorn Apothecary. Try this one-use sample to see how your skin reacts, then use your exclusive 20% off coupon at the apothecary to buy a full-size bottle as-is or customized to your skin’s unique needs and preferences.
A nighttime version of the Rosy Days facial oil.
Sample and Coupon Code offer coming very soon!
A (very) limited-edition kit full of some of my favourite sensitive skin friendly finds. It contains 9 full-size and sample-size items, including a special gift from me, plus 3 DIY face mask recipes!
Hi Rosy Friends! Welcome to the Rosy Life Store, where I’ve assembled some of my favourites for living comfortably, beautifully and naturally with have rosy, reactive skin.
If you’ve been watching my YouTube videos, reading my my blog, or following me on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram then you know that I’ve had rosacea for over 15 years and have tried nearly everything I can to get its symptoms under control. This has meant reviewing a lot of products.
Some of those products have been good, some not-so-good and some have been absolutely fantastic. My preference has been for natural products – particularly those that are eco-friendly – but I’ve tried everything from prescription medications to light therapy over the years.
Of course, I understand that every case of rosacea is unique and we all react differently to various types of treatment, skin care and cosmetics, but my hope is that by sharing my experience, it will help to bring you a little bit closer to finding what works for you, too.
Since you, my Rosy Friends, have been so supportive, have recommended what has worked for you and have asked so many fantastic questions about the products I’ve liked, I wanted the chance to share some of them with you. That’s exactly what you’ll find in my little store: a selection of my sensitive skin-friendly favourites in an affordable place to give them a test.
* Please note that I am not a doctor or skin care expert. I’m a rosacea blogger. I’m not guaranteeing that any of these products will work for you. They just happen to be the ones that work best for me. To be safe rather than sorry, be sure to speak with a doctor or dermatologist about any of the products in this store before you buy/try. When you do buy something, I highly recommend patch testing on an inconspicuous patch of your skin to know for certain how it will react.