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A common skin condition that occurs when capillaries on the skin’s surface inflame, rosacea gives the appearance of redness and flushing on the face.

Treat rosacea with fast and convenient access to prescription treatment based on your skin.

After reviewing your profile and addressing any skin concerns you may have, a member of our medical team may prescribe you with a single or combination therapy option, depending upon the severity of your rosacea.

Manage your symptoms with hub.health.

Azelaic acid

The diversity of this skin condition of uncertain pathophysiology often makes it difficult to manage, with research showing a significant impact on quality of life for many patients. 

Although ongoing treatment may be required to see results, clinical studies have shown that azelaic acid is an effective and recommended medical treatment.

The medical team at hub.health only prescribes treatments that they know and trust. Azelaic acid is the most commonly prescribed treatment for the initial management of rosacea, When applied topically, this gel reduces redness and swelling and eliminates rosacea-causing bacteria. Azelaic acid also decreases keratin levels, which has been known to clog pores and worsen the symptoms associated with rosacea.


In moderate to severe cases of rosacea, your assigned clinician may prescribe an oral antibiotic medication to control bacteria and further reduce inflammation.

Rosacea Treatment

In addition to medicated or prescription solutions, people with rosacea often find that an ice pack or cold damp compress can help to calm the inflammation when applied gently to the affected area.

By paying close attention to your environment when a flare-up occurs, you have a better chance of identifying what triggers your rosacea.

Get access to treatment for rosacea prescribed by an Australian based medical team, delivered directly to your door.

It’s time to look after your health

Our team of trusted medical experts prescribe dermatologist-developed treatments for your skin type. Start the conversation with a member of the hub.health medical team and take control of your rosacea today.

Rosacea FAQs

What is rosacea?

Rosacea is a common chronic skin condition that occurs when tiny blood vessels on the skin’s surface (capillaries) enlarge and break to cause inflammation, redness, and the appearance of flushing.

How is rosacea treated?

Since the symptoms of rosacea vary for each person, personalised treatment must be prescribed by a medical professional on a case-by-case basis. Depending on severity of symptoms, a range of oral and topical medications can be used to treat redness and control flare ups. Long-term anti-inflammatory therapy may be prescribed to maintain remission. Laser therapies and lifestyle modifications may also be recommended.

Can rosacea be cured?

Unfortunately, there’s no cure for rosacea, however the condition is manageable with appropriate treatments prescribed by a clinician or skin specialist.

Rosacea and Acne

Discover more about the most common causes for rosacea.

Learn about lifestyle triggers and how you can better manager flare ups in the future.



Learn more about the symptoms associated with rosacea.

Treat symptoms of rosacea with innovative and clinically proven skin care solutions.

Rosacea Treatment


Find prescription medication for the treatment of rosacea.

Access convenient healthcare services, with rosacea treatments delivered to your door.



Experience successful results with rosacea treatment.

Learn more about how azelaic acid works to reduce the appearance of flushing and redness.

Rosacea treatment prescribed by an Australian based medical team.

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