“Exercise is an important way to keep your mind and body healthy. But for people with rosacea -- a skin condition typically characterized by a redness of the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead -- exercise could cause the condition to flare. The National Rosacea Society offers these suggestions for the best ways to exercise while avoiding a flare-up:
Try low-intensity exercises that keep your body temperature lower and reduce the flush on your face.
Perform several shorter workouts during the day, instead of one long workout.
Take advantage of cooler times of day to exercise. Especially during the warm summer months, exercise early in the morning or in the evening, when it isn't so hot.
Exercise with a fan or air conditioning on, or the window open.
Exercise with a cold cloth or towel around your neck, spray your face with cool water, or suck on ice chips.”