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Are Your Red, Rosy Cheeks a Sign of Rosacea?

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Are Your Red, Rosy Cheeks a Sign of Rosacea?

On a windy winter day, cheeks always look a bit flushed. Between the wind and the cold, your skin responds by sending blood to the surface. But what if your rosy glow doesn’t disappear after a few minutes inside? If you commonly have redness across your cheeks or on your nose, forehead, or chin, you may be dealing with rosacea, a very common skin condition that occurs in both men and women. Rosacea can come and go, but it’s not curable, so learning what you can do to prevent flare ups or treat them makes a big difference. Symptoms Vary From...

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Top 4 Rosacea Tips

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Top 4 Rosacea Tips

  Rosacea can be challenging to say the least. If you have issues with it, you’re not alone. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, there are over 15 million Americans that are affected by rosacea every year! We’ve compiled our top 4 tips for dealing with this common skin condition. #1 Avoid your triggers Triggers for people suffering from rosacea can be anything from chocolate to wine to the sun. You will be the best judge as to what causes irritation and subsequent redness.  For a lot of people,  “dairy products and wine can make rosacea worse” says board-certified...

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Rosacea Awareness Month

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Rosacea Awareness Month

April is Rosacea Awareness Month so we thought it’s the perfect time to talk about what it is and some suggestions for dealing with it. Everyone from former President Bill Clinton to Renee Zellweger and Cameron Diaz are forced to deal with super red cheeks from time to time. We’ve all seen it or maybe you have had some personal experience with it andfor some reason it doesn’t go away. Not to worry. Over 10 million people in the US alone deal with Rosacea every day. Why does it happen? Although some men do have it, rosacea is a common...

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Rosacea and how to deal with it

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Rosacea and how to deal with it

    “After the first blush of sin comes its indifference”  -Henry David Thoreau  What do Bill Clinton, Cynthia Nixon, Sam Smith, and Cameron      Diaz  all have in common? The answer is rosacea. According to the  American Academy of Dermatology, rosacea is a very common skin  disorder that affects over 14 million people in the US alone. The background Have you or your friends ever been out at happy hour and someone gets rosy red cheeks after a few cocktails? They might complain of it being very warm in the roomThis is called “flushing,” a form of inflammation...

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