If you look like you are always blushing for no reason you may have a common skin disease called Rosacea. This condition is another form of acne affecting the central part of the face such as the chin, nose, cheeks, forehead, and in some cases, the eyes. Flare-ups present as redness, with pimples and might include noticeable blood vessels.
There is no cure for Rosacea, but the symptoms can be controlled with medications and creams. Identifying and avoiding the triggers for Rosacea flare-ups will also help manage the condition. Triggers can include sun exposure, stress, some types of food or even cosmetics. If this condition is left untreated, it can lead to thickening of the skin, raised blood vessels and eye damage.
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