How do you know when going red in the face is normal or if you should be concerned? Many people feel flush when they drink alcohol or get angry, however does it happen more often than it should? Going red in the face when embarrassed or when exercising for example is normal, however if you have facial redness more frequently and it is making you feel self conscious then speaking to a skin expert is a good first step. Rosacea, or facial redness, is often incorrectly diagnosed as acne. Without appropriate treatment, it typically worsens and can cause serious side effects.
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Rosacea is a skin condition that can make people self aware and this in turn can fuel the condition. Emotions are one of the causes of this confidence impacting skin condition, along with spicy food, hot drinks, temperature fluctuations, stress, alcohol, exercise and certain drugs. The symptoms are easy to treat early on, however if left untreated the condition typically escalates into much more serious symptoms.
In this article we outline the symptoms, including the first signs as well as the more serious and life changing symptoms that the condition can lead to if left untreated. We also explain the leading rosacea treatment solution in Sydney for maximum results.
Rosacea sufferers can feel like they are on an emotional rollercoaster with the condition flaring up and then going into remission, to then flare up again. Like acne, rosacea or facial redness can cause a psychological impact including low self esteem and loss of confidence. Understanding the condition and what triggers it is the first step in being able to manage and treat it effectively.
In this article, we discuss rosacea and its symptoms, factors that are known to trigger it and how to treat and manage it.
Do you suffer from flushed cheeks, often looking like you’re embarrassed, sunburnt or having a breakout? Many people incorrectly diagnose this skin condition as an allergic reaction or acne. If you have redness of the face, neck or chest, which can occur with small red bumps, you may have an inflammatory skin condition called rosacea. It is common for this skin condition to improve and then flare up again repeatedly. If left untreated, it can worsen over time. In this article we look at the symptoms and treatment options for managing it.
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