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Sofia Vergara uses this one drugstore skincare product to combat rosacea

The actress opened up about her struggle to deal with the skin condition.

Finding the right products to correctly treat your skin can be difficult. Even A-listers know the struggle of a pesky breakout, improving sunspots or dealing with harder-to-treat skin conditions. You may think you need to break the bank in order to get your skin on that Hollywood-level glow, but taking taking care of your skin is easier (and more affordable!) than you think.  Sofia Vergara  recently revealed she suffers from the occasional rosacea—a condition that causes redness and bumps on the face—flareup, and her go-to is a $14 beauty product that can be found in your neighborhood drugstore.

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Sofia Vergara combats her rosacea with an affordable drugstore product

In order to treat her skin condition, the 47-year-old star uses Cetaphil’s Gentle Skin Cleanser ($13.99) because of its mild ingredients that work to treat sensitive skin. According to the actress, she was always a fan of trying anything and everything when it came to beauty, but had to be more mindful when she developed rosacea while filming Modern Family.

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"It's hard because I get really red, so I've realized that I've had to treat my skin like sensitive skin, where I didn't before," she explained to Who What Wear, adding that the rosacea developed from her exposure to the high-heated lighting on set. "I used to love products and would try anything."

If you too suffer from rosacea or dry and sensitive skin, Cetaphil’s award-winning gentle cleanser is a must-have for your beauty cabinet. Unlike other cleansers that are heavy and filled to the brim with ingredients, Cetaphil’s appeal is that it contains a simple formula that won’t irritate and—better yet—clog your pores.

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Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser, $13.99, ultra.com

Nowadays, the Colombian beauty treats her sensitive skin with products that promise not to irritate or clog. "Everything has that f***ing word 'calming,'" she laughed.

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