Rosacea is known to affect over half of the adult American population between the ages of thirty and sixty. That works out to over 16 million Americans who currently suffer from rosacea, although a lot of cases go unreported, so the number is probably significantly higher.
Rosacea primarily affects people who have very fair skin and blush a lot. Skin turns red as a result of blood vessels swelling below the surface. When this happens frequently, the vessels can begin to get inflamed and can result in pimples as well as the other symptoms of rosacea such as spider veins and lesions. There is absolutely no way to prevent yourself from getting rosacea, but if you do develop the condition, there are many things you can do to control it. There are a number of natural remedies for rosacea as well as topical creams and other, more intensive methods. A qualified dermatologist can guide you to the right treatment for your type of rosacea.
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