Faces of Rosacea
Although medical experts have identified the most common patterns of rosacea signs and symptoms, they may appear in various combinations in individual patients. Signs and symptoms may come and go depending on treatment and other factors, and without medical help, each individual sign or symptom may tend to progress from mild to moderate to severe.
Flushing and persistent redness. Visible blood vessels may also appear.
Bumps and Pimples
Persistent facial redness with bumps and pimples.
Enlargement of tissue, usually around the nose.
Watery or bloodshot appearance, irritation, burning or stinging.
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