Skin Care Tips

Rosacea Treatment

Rosacea acne is a skin condition which constitutes open and closed comedones, nodules, inflammatory papules and pustules. It is identifiable with redness and swelling especially on the face. It is also referred to as adult acne. Rosacea or adult acne usually affects the face; other parts of the upper body are seldom involved.

Some of the most common approaches which are incorporated to prevent Rosacea are to keep your body hydrated with water and application of sunscreen for protection of your skin against harmful UV rays of the sun. This skin condition usually surfaces among adults between the age group of 30-50 years, and is more common among women during menopause phase.

A gamut of reasons can cause Rosacea such as hot and spicy food, heat, strenuous exercises, emotional stress, menopause and many more.

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Rosacea Deteriorates Skin, Oracea Heals it Effectively

Rosacea is the name of skin disease which is affecting approximately 14 million people in the United States only; for the entire world these figures could be very bulky. Redness of face and pimples are the common symptoms associated with this disease. Gradually, the skin affected by Rosacea becomes thick. There can be burning sensation on the skin on Rosacea affected part. Application of cosmetic products like creams etc. becomes almost impossible as it can be very painful.

Swelling of the skin is also a common symptom of Rosacea; this happens because of enlargement of the blood vessels under the affected skin. While swelling comes on the Rosacea affected area, it brings unattractive red lines over it as well. People with sensitive skin and between the age group 30 to 60 are vulnerable to this disease. Particularly, women after menopause are affected by Rosacea. People with fair skin are affected by Rosacea more in comparison to dark skin people. Therefore, Rosacea is a common problem of people of American and European continents.

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