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Identify Rosacea with Rosacea Pictures

If you don’t know what rosacea is, or you suspect you have this disorder and want to compare your symptoms to the symptoms of other rosacea patients, it can be helpful to jump on the Internet and check out some photos. Indeed, perhaps the easiest way identify rosacea is with rosacea pictures.

What you’ll probably notice first from looking at a photo of a patient with rosacea is the redness of the face, as though the entire face, or large patches of it, were sunburned. You may see bloodshot eyes. There might also be pimples or little bumps, called pustules, dotting … Continue reading

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Rosacea Treatments that Work

Rosacea can be a tough disorder to treat for a number of reasons. First, it’s a chronic skin ailment, one that leads to a variety of problems, including redness of the face, pimples, thickening, and inflammation and / or burning of the skin, and even in some cases a distortion of the shape of the nose. Even trickier from a treatment perspective is the fact that every person’s case of rosacea is at least somewhat different from every other person’s case; like the common cold, there’s no one surefire way of eliminating this condition. What you need to do if … Continue reading

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Revitol Rosacea Treatment | Treat Rosacea with Revitol

In all the years that scientists have known about rosacea, there hasn’t been a single effective cure for the condition, and certainly not one that was available over the counter. This disorder, which affects the skin of the face, can result in any or all of the following symptoms: facial redness, painful swelling, irritation, dryness, pimples and red or itchy eyes.
Severe cases can even lead to disfigurement. Doctors could help their patients fight this disease by prescribing oral remedies, or topical agents, or laser surgery, or traditional surgery, or some combination of these. Sometimes there was an element of trial … Continue reading

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Difference between Acne and Rosacea

Acne (the proper medical term is acne vulgaris) and rosacea are two unpleasant skin conditions whose symptoms are just similar enough that a person might get them confused. But these are two entirely different skin problems, each with its own unique set of symptoms and remedies.
The biggest difference between acne and rosacea is the typical age of the patients who get them. Acne is most common in teenagers and people in their early twenties. By contrast, rosacea usually only occurs in people thirty and older. Furthermore, acne is much more common than rosacea. In fact, acne is the most common … Continue reading

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An Effective Rosacea Treatment

While there is no one “cure,” per se, for the skin condition rosacea, there are a number of medical treatments that have been demonstrated to be an effective rosacea treatment. Of course, one case of rosacea can differ greatly from another case, and so every course of treatment is a little bit different. Your dermatologist will work with you to find just the right set of steps to solve your specific rosacea problem in order to help you find an effective rosacea treatment that works for you.
One course of action may involve isolating those substances that are triggering your rosacea. … Continue reading

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Excessive Blushing | Red Nose | Rosacea Symptoms?

Rosacea can be an uncomfortable skin condition to have because its effects are so visible on your face. However, these effects don’t just all pop up at once. Instead, rosacea is a condition that progresses slowly, and as such rosacea symptoms tend to show up in stages. The period before the full onslaught of the condition is called pre-rosacea. You may start to notice you’re blushing a lot more often, or that your nose looks red, or that you have red patches on your face. These symptoms occur because your blood vessels are beginning to dilate. After a while, your cheeks … Continue reading

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Rosacea Your Self Help Guide by Arlen Brownstein

Rosacea Your Self-Help Guide was authored by Arlen Brownstein, M.S., N.D.  and Donna Shoemaker, C.N. and was published by Harbinger Publications, Inc.  My copy was printed in 2001 and I acquired it a few years ago.
Arlen Brownstein M.S., N.D., is a Naturopathic Physician who has a masters degree in nutrition from the University of Connecticut. The book is co-authored by Donna Shoemaker, C.N., who is a Certified Nutritionist with her degree from the American Health Sciences University.
First off, I must say that Rosacea Your Self Help Guide by Arlen Brownstein is great. It really helps define what is Rosacea, gives … Continue reading

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Top 10 Rosacea Triggers

Dozens of doctors and dermotologists over the past three decades have helped me control rosacea with various medical therapies including topical gels, creams, prescription medications and topical face washes.
However, I’ve have found it is possible to maintain a state of remission for extended periods by identifying and avoiding the various lifestyle and environmental factors that may cause flare-ups or aggravate specific conditions. These lifestyle and environmental factors are called Rosacea Triggers because they trigger your system causing the redness and acne like bumps.
Identifying your own personal trigger factors is a process. Some people keep a written or electornic diary to … Continue reading

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