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Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition typically involving the face, often appearing as redness or as a skin eruption similar to acne. It is not chronic and can be controlled with treatment.
It is most persistent among people who are fair-skinned or who blush easily, and most common in women.
While harmless, rosacea is not without unpleasant symptoms. Those may include a burning or stinging sensation of the face, acne-like skin eruptions that may ooze or crust and, often, irritated, bloodshot, watery eyes.
There is no known cure for rosacea, but our dermatologists will treat the condition with oral antibiotics or medicines applied to the skin to control skin eruptions.
During treatment, we advise rosacea sufferers to avoid sun exposure, use sunscreen, avoid prolonged exertion in hot weather, limit the intake of spicy foods and hot beverages and try to reduce stress.
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition often appearing as redness on the face.
Symptoms may include a burning or stinging sensation of the face, and acne-like skin eruptions.