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Rosacea Information and Treatment

Rosacea is a long-term disease that affects the skin and sometimes the eyes. In most cases, rosacea only affects the face. It often begins as redness that looks like a blush across the nose, cheeks, chin or forehead. The tiny blood vessels in these areas enlarge (dilate) and become more visible through the skin, appearing like tiny red lines (called telangiectasias). Pimples can occur in rosacea that resemble teenage acne. In fact, rosacea is frequently mistaken for acne and is also referred to as acne rosacea. The disorder can be confused with and co-exist with acne vulgaris and/or seborrhoeic dermatitis. Men and women of all ages can be affected but middle-aged women are more susceptible because of hot flashes caused by menopause. Anyone that is fair-skinned of European or Celtic ancestry are more likely to be affected.

Rosacea is a common but often misunderstood condition that is estimated to affect over 45 million people worldwide. Its symptoms include redness, pimples, and, in later stages, thicker skin. Rosacea usually affects the face; other parts of the upper body are only rarely involved. Although rosacea can develop in people of any skin color, it tends to occur most frequently in people with fair skin. A tendency to develop rosacea anybody can get it. Rosacea can be left untreated but that can cause more severe problems. It is better to consult a doctor and get treated.

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