Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that typically affects the nose and cheeks and results in flushed skin and a rash. It might also result in eye issues. People frequently claim that specific conditions, such as spending time in the sun or going through emotional stress, cause the symptoms to flare up and go away. It is more common in women and people with white skin. However, when it occurs in men, symptoms can be worse. It tends to begin between the ages of 30 and 40, but early signs may appear in your 20s.
There is no cure for rosacea, but treatment can keep it under control. The choice of treatment will depend on the symptoms, and usually includes a combination of self-help measures and medications.
WHAT IS ROSACEA?
Most commonly and most effectively laser treatment is the best way forth. Although you cannot cure it and doctors are un able to find the cause behind it this doesn't mean that you have to live with the redness on your face. For people who have a constantly red face or visible blood vessels, a laser or other light-based treatment can be effective. Some patients see complete clearing of their redness. This clearing can last for years.