Rosacea is a condition that most commonly affects fair-skinned people between the ages of 30 to 50. Symptoms vary, are often intermittent and characterised by facial redness and flushing, red bumps and small dilated blood vessels (telangiectasia) most often on the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead. The skin of the face feels sensitive, and can burn or sting.Read More
Rosacea is a skin disorder that affects approximately 13 million Americans. Physicians and skin care professionals are seeing rapidly increasing numbers of individuals affected by rosacea as the "over 40" population continues to grow. Rosacea is also gaining general public awareness as evidenced by the designation of March as "National Rosacea Awareness Month." This often baffling disease can be difficult to treat and can cause severe emotional distress due to the visible facial involvement.Read More
Rosacea is a skin condition that affects the appearance of your face that usually develops slowly and can continue to get worse over time. It first appears as a redness (flushing or blushing) appearing on the cheeks, nose, chin and forehead. As rosacea first develops, the symptoms tend to come and go. Rosacea often begins as a tendency to flush or blush easily. At initial onset, symptoms are usually confined to the center of the face, but rosacea can involve the cheeks, forehead, chin, and nose.