Rosacea is a long-term skin condition that mainly affects the face. More commonly seen in women and people with lighter skin, although on darker skin the redness maybe a little READ MORE
Rosacea is a long-term skin condition that mainly affects the face. More commonly seen in women and people with lighter skin, although on darker skin the redness maybe a little harder to see until the rosacea gets worse. Men also can be affected by the condition and sometimes symptoms will be worse.
There is no known reason for why Rosaceaoccurs but certain triggers can make symptoms worse. Common triggers for rosacea include:
Exercise such as running
Being outdoors a lot
How can you tell if you have rosacea?
You may notice redness often known as blushing. Blushing is a common problem that can leave you feeling embarrassed and effect your day to day life.
This is the most noticed sign commonly seen across the nose, cheeks, forehead and chin that comes and goes.
Burning or stinging sensation when applying skin care or even sensitive to water.
Your cheeks, nose, skin and forehead becoming red all the time with no break.
Tiny broken blood vessels that are always visible and do not go away.
Red or pink bumps that sometimes fill with yellow fluid
Ways to help stop blushing
Try to keep yourself as cool as possible and keep hydrated by drinking water
Use skincare and make-up products that reduce the redness of your skin in stressful situations.
Breathe deeply and try to relax to help to reduce stress and anxiety
Sore eyelids or crust forming around the eyelash root.