Rosacea 05 - 2021
Rosacea: More than just redness
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Rosacea Awareness Month is an opportune time to spread awareness, education, and treatment options. We believe in continuing to educate society about the facts around rosacea for a few reasons. Of course, we want more people to actively seek help if they experience rosacea symptoms. But we also want those without rosacea to know about this skin condition in order to eliminate judgement and unsolicited, and potentially hurtful, comments.
First, let’s start with some basics about rosacea.
Subtypes, as classified by the National Rosacea Society Expert Committee:
Subtype 1: flushing, persistent redness, vascular lines
Subtype 2: Persistent redness, swelling, bumps and pimples, burning sensation
Subtype 3: Thickening and enlargement of skin, normally in the nose area
Subtype 4: Eye irritation, burning sensation and red eyelids
• Persistent redness
• Visible blood vessels
• Burning and stinging sensations
• Elevated red patches on the skin
• Dry appearance
• Swollen areas
• Ocular manifestations (most common in Subtype IV)
• Skin thickening or enlargement (most common in Subtype III)
• Anxiety and stress
• Spicy foods
• Sun exposure
Check here for a more complete list of triggers.