Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin disease, so if you’ve been diagnosed, you can expect periodic flares throughout your life. (1) Skin redness or flushing is a common symptom of rosacea, with redness developing around the cheeks and spreading to the chin or forehead. Small blood vessels in your face may become more apparent, and… Continue reading Rosacea Treatment: Antibiotics, Topical Medications, Laser Treatment, Natural Remedies, and More
Rosacea Symptoms and Diagnosis
Rosacea is a skin condition that’s sometimes mistaken for acne and other skin problems. But it’s different in a number of ways. This chronic condition causes inflammation in the face, often affecting the area from the cheeks to the forehead. It’s a progressive condition, hence the importance of recognizing rosacea early and getting treatment. There’s… Continue reading Rosacea Symptoms and Diagnosis
How to Exercise Without Risking a Rosacea Flare
Even if you know the benefits of regular exercise, you may forgo fitness fearing that it’ll exacerbate your rosacea symptoms. Your concerns are understandable — and real, points out Susan Bard, MD, a board-certified general and procedural dermatologist with Vive Dermatology in Brooklyn, New York. “Rosacea is a condition in which blood vessel instability leads… Continue reading How to Exercise Without Risking a Rosacea Flare
Soothing Rosacea Itch – Rosacea Center – Everyday Health
Although rosacea is not always an itchy condition, some people with rosacea do experience itchiness. Rosacea itself is usually not the cause of the itching — and the appropriate anti-itch treatment depends on its underlying cause. Rosacea itch usually results from these culprits: Folliculitis: This inflammation of the hair follicles is sometimes caused by ingrown… Continue reading Soothing Rosacea Itch – Rosacea Center – Everyday Health
Rosacea and Seborrheic Dermatitis – Rosacea Center – Everyday Health
Rosacea and seborrheic dermatitis are both inflammatory skin disorders that cause redness, lesions, and itching, and they frequently occur together. But despite having much in common, rosacea and seborrheic dermatitis are actually unrelated inflammatory skin disorders. The main symptoms of rosacea include: Red, flushed skin Stinging or burning Visible blood vessels on the skin, which… Continue reading Rosacea and Seborrheic Dermatitis – Rosacea Center – Everyday Health
Rosacea or Something Else?
A red bump or pus-filled pimple may seem like run-of-the-mill acne, but sometimes it’s a sign of another skin condition. So if you have acne along with redness, you might be wondering if you have rosacea. What Does Rosacea Look Like? Rosacea, sometimes called acne rosacea, is a chronic inflammatory disease of the skin. Those… Continue reading Rosacea or Something Else?
What Are the Pros and Cons of Treating Rosacea With Antibiotics?
Everyday Health: Are there situations when you would recommend antibiotics for rosacea treatment, or are you concerned about overuse and antibiotic resistance? Jessica Wu, MD (drjessicawu.com) For my patients with mild or early rosacea, I discuss lifestyle changes, with an emphasis on avoiding factors that trigger their symptoms. Many of my patients prefer to avoid… Continue reading What Are the Pros and Cons of Treating Rosacea With Antibiotics?
What to Eat to Avoid Rosacea Flares
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that affects the central part of the face. Symptoms vary, with some people experiencing facial redness or flushing (blushing). Others have visibly larger blood vessels, red acne-like bumps on their face, or thickening of the skin around the nose. (1) Once you’re diagnosed with this skin condition, your… Continue reading What to Eat to Avoid Rosacea Flares
Should You Go on a Rosacea Diet? – Rosacea Center – Everyday Health
Passing on foods that trigger flushing and choosing ones that may help fight inflammation could be the recipe for a good rosacea diet. Figuring out the foods that are your personal triggers for rosacea can help you better manage the skin disease and avoid red face flares. Consider keeping a food diary to see if you… Continue reading Should You Go on a Rosacea Diet? – Rosacea Center – Everyday Health
Rosacea Causes and Triggers
Rosacea is an inflammatory skin condition. Symptoms include flushing (sudden facial reddening), visibly dilated blood vessels, persistent redness, facial swelling, thickening around the nose (rhinophyma), and acne-like pimples. (1) Rosacea typically occurs on the central part of the face around the cheeks and nose, but can also affect the chin, forehead, eyelids, and eyes (ocular… Continue reading Rosacea Causes and Triggers