Simple Facts About Rosacea

Simple Facts About Rosacea

Learn the basic truths and facts about rosacea with this insightful guide

Rosacea is a long term disease that affects the skin and consists mostly of redness, pimples and thickened skin. Some basic facts about rosacea are that it affects around fourteen million people in the United States and it is most common among women, people with fair skin and adults between the ages of thirty and sixty. Typical symptoms include frequent redness or flushing of the face, small red lines under the skin, inflamed eyes, a swollen nose and thicker skin, particularly on the forehead, chin and cheeks. While the simple facts about rosacea are that it cannot be completely cured, symptoms can be alleviated by applying moisturizer to soothe sensitive skin. Read 18 Best Face Moisturizers for a list of products that readers swear by.

Other facts about rosacea are that certain factors are responsible for causing it: heat (including hot showers), physical activity that induces sweat, menopause, alcohol, spice foods and hot drinks, stress, sunlight and very cold temperatures are a few of these conditions. Some methods of treatment used to help with the skin include oral antibiotics, laser surgery, hypoallergenic makeup and skincare products. Check out How To Treat Rosacea-The Right Way for more tips on how to help your skin look and feel its best, every single day.

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