Rosacea is a skin condition that often goes un diagnosed. It effects close to 16 million Americans of every age and background. It’s a disorder of the blood vessels found in the skin that causes redness of the face and other parts of the body - much like blushing and other symptoms.
While red cheeks and blushing is quite normal, people who suffer from Rosacea can experience this on a constant basis where the redness can last for months – causing a sense of embarrassment and often effecting a person’s self-esteem.
It’s a chronic progressive condition that gets worse over time. Early on the condition will last weeks up to a couple of months. Redness and flushing can be accompanied by other symptoms including redlines beneath the skin, small red bumps – coining the condition Adult acne, a large red nose and dry plus itchy eyes[...]