Rosacea is most common on the face, in the nose and cheeks, though it can appear on the whole face.
Yes! These can include whiteheads, blackheads, pustules, papules, nodules and cysts. Each one looks slightly different and has been formed by different factors.
Yes! Dermatologists rate them on a scale of Grade 1 to 4. The higher the grading the more severe the Rosacea.
There is no genetic link, though it does run in families.
A Trigger is a particular activity or environment that can cause the Rosacea to flare-up. These factors can include, but are not limited to:
- Eating spicy foods
- Drinking alcohol
- Hot drinks
- UV exposure
- Incorrect product use
- Being exposed to extreme changes of weather, e.g. going from hot to cold environments.