Rosacea (roe-ZAY-she-uh)

What Is Rosacea?

Did you Know?
Rosacea can be mistaken for acne, dermatitis & other skin problems.

A common long-term inflammatory skin condition that causes flushing or long-term redness on the face. It also may cause enlarged blood vessels & small, pus-filled bumps.

Some symptoms may flare for weeks to months before going away for sometime.

Treatment Options

Laser Treatments

Laser treatment can help improve visibility of enlarged blood vessels. It also can help the long-term redness of rosacea. And it often works better than a cream or medications.

Laser procedure can cause some pain, most people will not need an anesthetic. Laser treatment can sometimes cause bruising, crusting of the skin, swelling, & tenderness.



Medications

Several medicines are used to help control rosacea symptoms. The type of medicine you are prescribed depends on your symptoms. For example, some medicines or treatments work better for flushing, and some medicines work better for pimples and bumps. You may need to try one or more medicines to find a treatment that works for you.



Topical Creams & Gels

Topical Treatments can help reduce redness, flushing & pimples associated with Rosacea.

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