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Rosacea can be very frustrating, and can be so tricky to treat. Thanks to WebMD, who fill us in on the facts…
Rosacea usually doesn’t appear before age 30 and can run in families. It’s most common in people who blush or flush easily. People tend not to recognize rosacea because it develops gradually. After a while, they begin to think they just flush easily, or that they’re having periodicattacks.
Rosacea starts as redness on the cheeks, nose, chin, or forehead (and less often on the neck, scalp, chest, or ears). At first, rosacea comes and goes. After a while, the redness deepens and lasts longer. Visible blood vessels appear in the skin. If not treated, pimples and bumps develop. The nose may become large and bumpy as tissue builds up. And rosacea sometimes affects the eyes, making them irritated, watery, and bloodshot.
Rosacea tends to be more frequent in certain ethnic groups. One survey by the National Rosacea Society found that 33% of respondents reported having at least one parent of Irish heritage, and 27% had a parent of English descent. Other ethnic groups with higher rates of rosacea included people of Scandinavian, Scottish, Welsh, or eastern European descent.
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The results are…
- Instantly camouflaged blotchiness.
- Reduced redness.
- Soothed, hydrated, softer skin.
- Daily protection against environmentalaggressions.
- Skin’s barrier is repaired and strengthened.