Rosacea - As red as a rose!

When you’re suffering from a condition of Rosacea, the last thing you should do is be worried. The first thing you need to do is learn more about this chronic condition. The primary symptoms of this condition of Rosacea are reddening of the face and appearance of pimples and bumps across the face. Most of the time, these bumps are mistaken for acne but that’s not the condition.


Rosacea is more in women than in men and it usually strikes those between 30 to 60 years of age. The British and  Irish have names this chronic condition as “curse of the celts” but calling it “curse” is just a very harsh term as it doesn’t affect a person to a great extent unless it spreads to the eyes. Rosacea usually affects only the facial parts but sometimes it even spreads to the neck and chest. The additional symptoms that may occur in certain cases of Rosacea are redness of the eyes, a continuous burning and stinging sensation in the eye. Also, the blood vessels get extremely diluted rendering the face red.


The best way of dealing with Rosacea knows more about it. Ignorance is not always bliss, especially when it comes to Rosacea!