Managing rosacea symptoms takes consistency
Last updated 4/7/2016 at Noon
FALLBROOK – A chronic skin condition, rosacea affects millions of people each year and often begins with a tendency to blush or turn flushed more easily than other people.
However, rosacea can become more pronounced on the face, producing swelling and bumpy or thickening skin. Rosacea can spread to other areas of the body as well. Because rosacea is often noticeable, many people with the condition are interested in learning how to reduce their symptoms. The first step when considering skincare treatment is to visit a doctor to determine if the symptoms one is exhibiting are indicative of...