Rosacea Cream (Sulphur Cream) DH30A

Rosacea Cream

While there is no permanent cure for rosacea, using our rosacea treatment along with proper skin care and avoidance of trigger factors will allow you to effectively control your rosacea.

Prescription antibiotics can often be effective. They can be taken orally or applied as ointments or gels.

Our Sulphur Cream avoids the problems associated with antibiotic use, and are often effective when antibiotic treatment has failed. Unlike antibiotics, there are no problems with using the cream for long periods of time. In fact, this is an ideal way to reduce flare-ups for many people.

Sulphur is a well-known natural mineral which is beneficial for rosacea. Our Rosacea Cream contains sulphur in a light cream base which is not oily.

How to use Rosacea Cream

Apply a thin layer each night to the areas affected by rosacea. Excellent results can be expected in 14 to 21 days.

The cream can also be used while using prescription medication for rosacea.

How to avoid factors that delay healing

The following factors may delay healing for rosacea, even while using our Rosacea Cream. Check this list and if any apply to you, try to avoid them for a few weeks.

  • Nicotine, including from smoking, chewing tobacco, or using nicotine-replacement products such as gum or patches.
  • Cortisone. It has a very complex reaction in the body that will slow wound healing in rosacea
  • “Pimple” creams and other facial creams
  • Anti-inflammatory medications, e.g. ibuprofen, nurofen, aspirin, or anything in the NSAID group (Non-Steroidal Anti Inflammatories) Note: aspirin in a dose of up to 100mg a day does not interfere with healing
  • Colchicine (a gout medication)
  • Sun exposure: wear sunscreen and a hat  whenever you are outside in the sun

Potential trigger factors for rosacea

Rosacea will often flare-up in response to particular trigger factors which may include:

  • High temperatures, including spas and saunas
  • Spicy foods
  • Cold weather and winds
  • Stress
  • Alcohol
  • Astringent cosmetics and pimple creams
  • Creams containing Cortisone
  • Medical problems (eg. diabetes)


Should a flare-up occur, applying our cream will restore the skin to normal, although this can take between 2 and 3 weeks.

Repeated flare-ups of Rosacea can increase the appearance of fine "spider veins" or capillaries in the skin, especially on the cheeks. Prevention of flare-ups is the best way to avoid this problem worsening.


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