Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that generally affects the facial skin and also the eyes in some instances. The condition is characterized by redness of the skin, acne-like appearance on and around the nose and cheeks, dilated blood vessels, and also thickening of the skin when it advances to the second stage. Rosacea typically affects the face. It is very rarely seen on other parts of the body.
What Are The Reasons For Rosacea?
Despite extensive research, the precise reasons that trigger rosacea are not known. Scientific studies have revealed various theories about this skin condition over the years. There are several triggers that cause the symptoms to flare up and increase the redness of the face.
Increased dilation of facial blood vessels and the resultant increase in blood near the skin surface is the reason why the skin appears red and flushed. An assortment of lifestyle factors and…
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