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Rosacea is a common rash usually found in the central part of the face. It can be a persistent redness on the cheeks, chin, forehead and nose but it can also be seen as small and inflamed red bumps.
What causes Rosacea?
The cause of this condition is not fully understood, but many think that it is caused in the blood vessels which dilate easily in the skin of the face. Many things seem to make Rosacea worse, but probably does not cause it in the first place. They can include alcohol, too much exercise, both high and low temperatures, hot and spicy foods, stress and sunlight. But things that prompt a person’s rosacea may have no effect at all on the Rosacea of someone else. The idea that Rosacea is due to poor hygiene has not been proved.
What does Rosacea look like?
Rosacea starts with a tendency to blush and flush easily. After a while, the central areas of the face become a deeper shade of red and sooner end up staying that colour all the time. The area becomes studded with small red bumps and pus spots, which come and go in areas. Other problems include swelling around the eyes, an inflamed nose due to overgrowth of the sebaceous glands – more common in men than women and it can lead to anxiety or depression.
How is Rosacea diagnosed?
A doctor can almost instantly recognise Rosacea just by looking at the skin. Rosacea differs from acne in the skin that is not really greasy, common flushing and a background of red skin.
How can Rosacea be treated?
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