What is Rosacea?
Rosacea is a very common and chronic skin disease that causes skin redness or a “flush” of the face. About 14 million Americans live with Rosacea and are usually between the ages of 30-50 years old. Rosacea sufferers have fair skin, and are likely to have had acne problems in their family, or when they were younger. If you suffer from acne, get in touch to discuss acne treatment options for the condition. There are four different types of Rosacea a person can have including, facial redness, flushing, and visible blood vessels, acne-like breakouts, thickened skin, and Ocular Rosacea (in the eyes), which looks similar to a sty. In each subtype, the Rosacea prone skin can become swollen, sensitive and dry, and also have persistent redness and inflammation or a stinging or burning sensation.