The most common symptom of rosacea is a red face, but this chronic disorder can also affect the skin on a person’s scalp, ears, neck, and chest. Rosacea often runs in a cycle with regular flare-ups followed by periods of remission.
Rosacea is considered to be incurable, but there are preventative measures that can be taken to prevent future flare-ups from occurring. If you’re struggling with the symptoms of rosacea, then avoid the following common rosacea triggers to minimize its effects.
Taking care of yourself and avoiding common triggers helps keep rosacea flare-ups under control.
If your rosacea symptoms are severe and persistent, you may need to consult with a professional. Contact your local dermatologist to get treatment options that are tailored to your needs so that you can overcome rosacea and restore the look of your skin.
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