Understanding the Complexity
of Rosacea

More Than Just Flushed, Rosy Cheeks

Rosacea is a common skin condition that causes redness, primarily on the nose, chin, cheeks, and forehead, and sometimes results in visible blood vessels appearing on the face.

This occurs when blood vessels in the face expand, resulting in redness for extended periods of time.

Small, red, pus-filled bumps are also often present on the skin during flare-ups, which typically occur in cycles. This means that people with rosacea may experience symptoms for weeks or months at a time, that eventually disappear and return.

While usually completely harmless, rosacea is often a source of embarrassment for those living with long-term redness that can be difficult to get rid of or conceal with makeup.

Why We Develop Rosacea

Unfortunately, there is no known cause of rosacea, however, there are some risk factors that increase your chances of developing the condition.

For example, women with fair skin, blonde hair, and blue eyes that are between the ages of 30 and 50 are more likely to have rosacea.

Rosacea can also be tied to genetics. So, if you have a family history of rosacea or you have Celtic or Scandinavian ancestors, you may also be more likely to develop the condition.

What Can I Do About My Rosacea?

Since there is no known cause of rosacea, not much can be done to prevent the condition from occurring in the first place.

However, the following factors can often trigger flare-ups:

  • Eating spicy food
  • Eating cinnamon, chocolate, tomatoes, and citrus fruits
  • Caffeinated drinks like coffee and tea

  • Consuming alcohol
  • Irritating skin products and cosmetics
  • Sun exposure

How SKINS Can Help

Thanks to advancements in modern skincare treatments and technology, you no longer have to live with rosacea and the frustrating redness that comes with it.

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