The persistent redness and flushing from rosacea on the cheeks, forehead, and nose can progress to more intense redness and an acne-like rash if left untreated. This chronic skin condition is more common in women than men, and typically develops between ages 30 and 50. Rosacea can be intensified by a variety of factors including sun exposure, heat, physical exertion, certain types of food and drugs, alcohol, and stress. If you are concerned about facial redness, visit the specialists at SkinCare Physicians for rosacea treatment in greater Boston.
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While there is currently no known cure for rosacea, we offer effective treatment options that can control it and keep it from progressing. A medical evaluation done by one of our experienced physicians is important because the signs, symptoms, and severity of rosacea vary widely from patient to patient. Options include: