Rosacea is surprisingly common but awful condition affecting millions of people worldwide. The main Rosacea symptom affects the facial region and tends to flare up in red flushes including the cheeks, nose and around the eyes. While primarily affecting white skinned people of northern European descent it is not restricted to this type. These are however some subtle differences between four types of Rosacea and it can also be confused with acne and even dermatitis so let’s take a closer look at Rosacea symptoms.
Rosacea symptom 1 – Dry red eyelids.
Rosacea symptom 2 – Irritated eyelids and eyes.
Rosacea symptom 3 – Sometimes they can have itching and burning sensations.
Rosacea symptom 1 – Some permanent redness to the facial skin.
Rosacea symptom 2 – Red bumps called papules.
Rosacea symptom 3 – Sometimes these red bumps are filled with pus and are called pustules. This can be confused with regular acne.
Rosacea symptom 1 – Thickened and irregular skin surface usually of the nose but can appear on the chin, cheeks or even ears.
Rosacea symptom 2 – Enlargement of those sections mentioned.
Rosacea symptom 3 – Blood vessels can sometimes be seen close to the surface of the skin in the effected areas.
Rosacea symptom 1 – Permanent redness of the skin on the face which can flare up flushing the face very badly.
Rosacea symptom 2 – Commonly blood vessels can be seen under the surface of the skin.
Rosacea symptom 3 – Can be accompanied by itching and burning sensations.
These Rosacea symptoms can hopefully help you pinpoint the exact type of condition you have and help aid you in controlling this embarrassing and infuriating skin problem. There are ways to counter each rosacea symptom and avoid the trigger conditions to flare ups however with good skin care management however as long as you know your skin and your products!