The Winter Rosacea Review is now online. This issue recaps a medical journal article outlining the differences between acne and rosacea and the importance of an accurate diagnosis, as well as a report on care for dry skin among rosacea patients during cold and windy weather. Also highlighted are results of a patient survey showing that other skin conditions are often present in rosacea patients, as well as a summary of a study about blushing and a brief item about rosacea in skin of color.
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