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Unusual redness and bumps on skin? Here are the significant things you need to know.

About

A very common skin condition that causes redness and pus-filled bumps on the face.

Over 20% of the people with acne rosacea develop ocular rosacea, a form of rosacea that affects the eye.

  • Usually self treatable
  • Can be found in both men and women
  • Most common among people with fair skin
  • Indicates a chronic condition

It appears in young adulthood with signs of redness in the face and later aggravates during middle age. There is no permanent cure for this condition; however, there are treatments to prevent the condition from becoming worse and spreading across the whole body.

Ages Affected: It can happen to anyone but occurs most commonly among people who are thirty or older.

Symptoms:

Self-Diagnosable
Symptoms include flushing of face and formation of papules, pistulus, and nodules in the skin.

People may experience

  • Redness of skin in affected areas
  • Formation of pimples with pus and rashes
  • Presence of dilated blood vessels
  • Small lumps and thickening of the skin

Treatment

Self-Care: Avoid exposure to excessive heat or direct exposure to the sun. It is advisable to stop consuming alcohol.

Medication: Topical creams, ointments, and gels can be used as advised by your doctor.

Specialist: It is important to consult a dermatologist in case your acne rosacea is prolonged or worsened.
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