There are several causes of redness to the face and cheeks. A medical diagnosis is always to be recommended first as this can indeed be Rosacea. However the condition Lupus can also give a "rosy cheek" appearance - often called a "butterfly rash".
In all instances the redness can be relieved by the use of the Red Alert range by Medik8 which is designed for sensitive / sensitised skin with a tendency to redness.
I have fabulous results with clients - men and women - who have suffered for years with Rosacea. The Red Alert cleanser is pH balanced, non detergent, won't strip the skin and is soothing and begins the process of reducing the redness.
Next use the Red Alert Serum over the affected areas - the ingredients are of pharmaceutical standard with a good clinical background - the don't cover up the issue they penetrate into the skin to reduce the problem at source.
Always use a broad spectrum sunscreen - preferably one thats a physical block rather than chemical based -
Advanced Skincare Facialist
Diane Nivern clinic Ltd Manchesterhttp://www.dianenivern.com