Rosacea - A Persistent Blight
Rosacea is a persistent red face and may also include blemishes and bumps. Rosacea can blight anyone, though people with a family history are at the most risk. It can start with flushing or blushing easily. This spreads over the whole face and causes spider veins to appear. In some cases the eyes can be affected, with conjunctivitis being an outcome. Rosacea can come and go, set off by "triggers" - sun, spicy food, alcohol - even a hot bath. Untreated, Rosacea can lead to Rhinophyma - large bumps. Containment is possible . Treatments range from Azaelic Acid and Retin-A to Tretinoin creams. Serious cases may need antibiotics, so you will need to visit your chosen healthcare professional.