There is no one single “face of rosacea.” The disorder can result in a unique combination of signs and symptoms in each person who has it. But because the appearance of rosacea is so variable, it’s hard to show exactly what rosacea might look like in various individuals — often leading to confusion and misconceptions about the disorder.
The National Rosacea Society aims to change that. We are launching a campaign to obtain photos of patients with a range of rosacea signs and symptoms to demonstrate the many ways rosacea may appear. Also of special interest are photos of the same person at baseline, during a flare-up and after treatment, to help communicate the benefit of medical therapy.
Of equal importance, we would like to receive personal stories of success in treating and controlling your individual condition. These can be of great value in helping others.
Please visit www.rosacea.org/photo-campaign to submit your photos and story. Thank you in advance for your help with this important project!