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Other products and lifestyle changes are more effective in treating rosacea.
Rosacea is most common on your nose, cheeks, chin, and forehead, but it can also occur on your chest, ears, neck, and scalp.
To minimize rosacea flare-ups, you’ll have to know what causes them in the first place.
Prescription-strength rosacea treatments and simple lifestyle changes can reduce symptoms.
Help prevent flare-ups that can cause redness, dilated blood vessels, and inflamed acne-like blemishes.
Lifestyle changes—like a rosacea-proof skincare routine—can help put the brakes on rosacea flare-ups.
How to tell if you have acne, rosacea, or both—and how to treat it.
How to use makeup to cover rosacea without triggering a flare-up.
Various factors can cause this common form of blemish, but being aware of what touches your face and using the right acne treatment may help alleviate it.
An expert explains how to reduce redness in skin.