rosacea rash on a woman's face


Rosacea, pronounced as rose-AY-sha, is a chronic skin condition that leads to flushing and redness on the face.

This condition can develop gradually, leading to persistent redness, acne-like bumps, and visible blood vessels on the nose, cheeks, forehead, and chin. In some patients, rosacea also affects the eyes and causes dry and irritated eyes.

Rosacea may be mistaken for other common rashes on the face such as acne or dermatitis.

Treatments For Rosacea:

The most valuable guidance for individuals suspecting they have rosacea is to promptly consult a dermatologist. Timely diagnosis and treatment can effectively manage the symptoms of rosacea, making it less noticeable and uncomfortable. Early intervention may also prevent the progression of rosacea, which could become more challenging to address if left untreated.

BBL HERO Phototherapy

BBL Hero™ Phototherapy is an innovative technology that sets new standards for skin conditions associated with aging, active lifestyles, and sun damage. Conditions treated with BBL Hero include brown spots (freckles, age spots) and redness from rosacea or sun damage.

Topical Therapies

There are a number of topical therapies for rosacea. Some work by calming down inflammation, while others are antimicrobial. These topicals come in many forms including creams, gels, lotions, foams, and washes. Our providers will work w

Oral Antibiotics

Oral antibiotics may be required for more severe flares of rosacea or rosacea that does not respond to topical therapies. Doxycycline is most frequently used and is prescribed at a low dose, where it acts as an anti-inflammatory rather than an antibacterial.

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