Rosacea is a chronic, inflammatory skin condition which principally affects the face. Rosacea can worsen with time if left untreated.
Rosacea causes facial redness and produces small, red, pus-filled pustules (bumps). This condition is more common among fair-skinned people of northern European ancestry. However, studies have revealed that its incidence in many parts of Asia including the Middle East, South Asia and China is growing.
This triggers research to suggest that lifestyle i.e. stress levels, diet and environment may be risk factors and not just skin colour.
Rosacea is a medical condition and must be diagnosed formally by a GP however corrective skincare such as the following has shown incredible results at controlling Rosacea and its presentations on one’s skin.
There is no cure for Rosacea, but symptoms can be relieved and managed.
Common factors triggering an inflamed appearance include;
- Blood vessel abnormalities
- Microscopic mites (demodex mites) and
- Heliobacter pyloi bacteria