Rosacea

Find the latest news and trends on rosacea, expert information on treatments, and practical strategies to live with the skin condition.

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6 Facts About Rosacea

Rosacea is a long-term condition that affects the skin and, in some cases, the eyes. Although rosacea is not dangerous, it should be treated as soon as possible to improve appearance.

By Allison Tsai

How to Identify Your Rosacea Triggers

Rosacea is a chronic skin disorder which causes inflammation of the facial area including the cheeks, nose chin, forehead, or eyelids.

By Merely Me

Questions to Ask Your Doctor about Rosacea

Rosacea is a chronic skin disorder which causes inflammation of the facial area including the cheeks, nose, chin, forehead, or eyelids. The patient who has rosacea may notice that they tend to blush easily and that the redness persists. Other signs o...

By Merely Me

Rosacea and the Summer Sun

Each week, Health and Beauty Expert Sue Chungwill discuss skin health topics suggested by members of theHealthCentral community. To ask Sue a question, send an email to feedback@skincancerconnection.com or leave a comment below. Reader’s Question: I ...

By Sue Chung

The Truth About Rosacea

I’ve heard that people can cause rosacea by using too many skincare products. Is this true? According to the National Rosacea Society, theories abound regarding what causes rosacea, but no one knows exactly what triggers the condition. Some doctors b...

By Sue Chung

Rosacea Misdiagnoses

I was diagnosed with rosacea, but my skin isn’t responding to the rosacea treatments. In fact, it’s getting worse. Is it possible that I have both rosacea and acne? In a word, yes. For some patients, it is possible to have both rosacea and acne. Tryi...

By Sue Chung

Study says cathelicidin and SCTE are potential causes of Rosacea

Hi everyone. Today, we are going to deviate a bit from our usual discussion regarding skin cancer and talk about some new and exciting research regarding rosacea. Rosacea is a very common skin condition, usually affecting people with fair skin. The h...

By Kevin Berman, M.D.