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Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory facial dermatosis (a pathological condition of the skin) characterized by erythema (redness) and pustules. The first signs of rosacea are recurrent patches of redness on the cheeks, nose, forehead, and chin, and the appearance of tiny blood vessels just under the skin.

As the disorder progresses, the skin on the face becomes ruddier and then permanently inflamed and bumps may also form. The eyes are sometimes affected by a characteristic keratitis (inflammation of the cornea), resulting in burning or itching.

About 1 in 20 adults have rosacea, with fair-skinned people at the highest risk. Although women develop the condition three times more often than men, the later have more severe symptoms.

The development of a rosacea condition is common in middle age, especially for women between the ages of 30 to 50 years.However, it also affects young adults and the elderly.

Smokers are vulnerable because nicotine impairs circulation. Without treatment, rosacea may worsen.       

Contributing Factors to Rosacea:

Rosacea occurs when unknown genetic and/or environmental factors cause blood vessels in the skin to lose elasticity and dilate easily, sometimes permanently. Blood vessel abnormalities are one possible cause. Episodes can be triggered by any stimulus that leads to flushing, including:

  • Hot or spicy foods or beverages
  • Alcohol (especially wine)
  • Caffeine in coffee, tea and soda drinks
  • Dairy products
  • Stress
  • Weather - heat and sunlight
  • Vigorous exercise
  • Hormonal changes (especially at menopause)
  • Certain medications (especially niacin and some blood pressure drugs)
  • Topical steroids exacerbate the condition

A Little Known Fact:

Everyone has tiny skin mites living in their hair follicles, but some rosacea sufferers have exceptionally high numbers of them. A breakdown of the immune system is the probable cause. The B vitamins, especially riboflavin, may help control mite growth.

Types of Rosacea:

Rosacea can affect both dry and oily skin types. As the condition progresses and becomes more severe, it takes on more distinct characteristics and complications.

Rosacea-Dry: This form of rosacea is a combination of erythema, telangiectasia, skin tightness, tiny red spots, and bumps (pustules may occur) with the key characteristics of the dry skin type featuring sebaceous gland underactivity. The skin may appear scaly with roughened patches in some areas, feel itchy, and is very thin, fine and extremely delicate. With the lack of sufficient sebum production to prevent evaporation of natural moisture, the skin may also become dehydrated.

Rosacea-Oily or Rosacea-Wet: This form of rosacea is a combination of erythema, telangiectasia, tiny red spots, and bumps (more inclined to pustule activity) with the key characteristics of the oily skin type featuring overactive sebaceous glands. The skin appears shiny and porous (distended pores).

There is a higher possibility for acne breakout. The skin may also be dehydrated (affecting the skin’s hydro-system). This combination of rosacea and oily skin is also termed Rosacea-Wet.

Acne Rosacea
: Rosacea is a different disease than acne. The absence of comedones, the vascular dilation (which may be the predominant feature), its occurrence in an older age group (after the age of 30), and its rather sharp limitation to the middle third of the face distinguish rosacea from acne.

However, it has become a common term in dermatology for the descriptive title of the rosaceous process when inflammatory papules and pustules, similar to acne, are a prominent feature. The process, of course, is not ordinary acne. Rosacea in this title is an adjective meaning rosy to describe the erythema (redness) of the inflammatory condition.

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