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    Can my one recommend a good non irritating rosacea friendly sunscreen available in the UK please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyndsay View Post
    Can my one recommend a good non irritating rosacea friendly sunscreen available in the UK please?
    I've been using Altruist SPF30. Look it up on YouTube for reviews by derms.

    It was created by UK GP Dr Andrew Birnie. They are sold together in twos for about ?8, and it seems non-irritating to me. I had another sunscreen before this one which did seem to irritate, but then again, I was putting it on top of vBeam bruising following treatment.

    I continue using Altruist now but find it sometimes pils and piddles off. Not sure if that's my layer of Niacinamide, Hyaluronic Acid and moisturiser beneath the sunscreen though.
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