Find your rosacea subtype

What type of Rosacea do I have?

What exactly is Rosacea?

Rsacea is a common skin condition that causes blushing or flushing and visible blood vessels in your face. It can display as an acne-type condition, or as red, sensitive skin that doesn't seem to shift.

Red, irritated face

Flushed face, especially across the nose and cheeks. Sometimes visible blood vessels under the surface of the skin (telangiectasia). Your face may feel tight and irritated continuously and especially after showering. This is known as Skin type 1.

Acne-like spots

Persistent redness of the face, along with acne-like breakouts of pustules or papules. In contrast to acne, there are no blackheads. Patients with this subtype of rosacea may also notice burning and stinging. This is called Skin Type 2.

Irritation and Acne

A mix of both red, irritated skin and persistent acne-like spots. Patients with this condition suffer with symptoms of both types of roasacea, which is known as combination Skin rosacea.

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