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Rosacea Resource Center

Rosacea Resource Center

Rosacea is a condition that dermatologists frequently treat. Here, you’ll find dermatologists’ insight that can help you with the redness, acne-like breakouts, sensitive skin, and other signs and symptoms.

8 things to know if you’ve just been diagnosed with rosacea

With a bit of knowhow, you can ease your discomfort and reduce flare-ups. This is what dermatologists recommend.

Skin care that helps reduce rosacea flare-ups

If you have rosacea, the right skin care can make a noticeable difference. Here’s the simple skin care routine that dermatologists recommend.

Could my child have rosacea?

Few children and teens develop rosacea, but it’s worth considering if your child has any of these health concerns frequently.

Do you have rosacea in your eyes?

Yes, rosacea can affect your eyes. Knowing the signs and treating it could save your eyesight.

Are triggers causing your rosacea flare-ups?

Figuring out what triggers your rosacea can help you avoid flare-ups. Here’s how you can find your triggers.

Laser and light treatments for rosacea

If you have rosacea, laser or light therapy may be a part of your treatment plan. It’s unlikely to be your only treatment, though. Find out why.

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