Rosacea Acne Vulgaris: Rosacea


What is rosacea? We do not often hear, but this is the kind of skin disease similar with acne vulgaris. Rosacea is a skin inflammation that occurs in adults. This disease causes red skin or tiny red bumps and pus. From the results of the study, two out of three people with rosacea also have ocular rosacea.

If not treated, rosacea can even become more and more and getting worse as like as acne scars. In many people with rosacea occurs in cycles which will be a lot on her period. Then decreases and again increases.

Because there is no obanya rosacea, treatment can control and reduce the signs and symptoms. If you experience redness on the skin for a long time, see your doctor to diagnose and prepare for appropriate care.

Signs and symptoms of rosacea include:

- Rosacea begins with a simple tendency to red faces. Then a prolonged redness of the face, especially in the nose.

- Vascular rosacea. When signs and symptoms worsen, vascular rosacea may occur. Blood vessels in the nose and cheeks swollen and visible (telangiectasia). Your skin becomes very sensitive. Vascular rosacea may also be accompanied by oily skin and dandruff.

- Inflammatory rosacea. Inflammation of small red bumps can appear and spread to the nose, cheeks, forehead and chin.

The cause of rosacea is unknown, but scientists believe is caused by a combination of hereditary and environmental factors. These factors include:

• Food or beverages hot.
• Spicy foods.
• Alcohol.
• The temperature of the sun extreme temperatures.
• Sunlight.
• Stress, angry or embarrassed.
• Exercise weight.
• Sauna.
• Corticosteroid.
• Drugs that dilate blood vessels, including some drugs for blood pressure.

Although anyone can be affected by rosacea, you are more susceptible if:
• Have a light-colored skin
• Aged between 30 and 60 years, especially if you have experienced menopause
• Blushing is often
• Having a family history of rosacea.

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