This self-care guide helps the over 13 million rosacea sufferers in the U.S. achieve control over their disorder through lifestyle modifications and medical treatment.
Rosacea, also called adult acne or acne rosacea, is a facial skin condition marked by a recurring redness on the cheeks, nose, chin, or forehead. Left untreated, the redness becomes more permanent, and, in advanced cases, the nose may become bumpy, red, and swollen from excess tissue. In some cases the eyes also may be affected, and the condition can result in vision loss.
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