Unfortunately, at present, rosacea isn’t curable. Rather, it’s a chronic condition that tends to wax and wane. “Sometimes it peters out,” Dr. Suozzi says. However, it most commonly appears in your 30s or 40s because that's when many patients have sun damage that exacerbates rosacea. "As that damage accumulates, your rosacea picture can worsen. In the end, though there’s no cure, antibiotics, anti-flushing medications and laser therapy remain good treatment options. “All of these can help manage rosacea symptoms,” Dr. Suozzi says.