The Spring Rosacea Review is now online. This issue recaps efforts by the National Rosacea Society to spotlight the social impact and warning signs of rosacea during Rosacea Awareness Month, as well as a report on research into the process of facial flushing and redness. Also highlighted are results of a patient survey showing that flare-ups caused by exercise can be controlled by making modifications to your routine, plus a summary of new concepts presented at the AAD annual meeting about Demodex mites and appropriate skin care for rosacea patients.
Other features include Q&As on permanent makeup (tattoos) and whether there is a relationship between rosacea and other vascular disorders, tips for protecting your skin from the sun, a new success story and a new patient survey on the emotional toll of rosacea.
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