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    Rosacea is a chronic skin disease that begins as mild flush around the rose,chin, cheeks and forehead.

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    yes it really disturbing to have rosacea to face.According to my observation laser treatment works best for rosacea.A visible result can be seen after 4 to 5 times of treatment according to severity.

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    i am late in thanking you for your comment. does lazer just get rid of the rosacea that is present or does it actually make the rosacea go away? doctors uses lasers for so many things. i didn't know it could be used with rosacea. thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vencasand View Post
    i am late in thanking you for your comment. does lazer just get rid of the rosacea that is present or does it actually make the rosacea go away? doctors uses lasers for so many things. i didn't know it could be used with rosacea. thanks.
    There is no cure for rosacea. These light therapy and lasers will selectively destroy the visible blood vessels (telangiectasia) while sparing the surrounding skin unharmed. The procedure so called selective photothermolysis. This procedure will sure minimize or completely treat the sign and symptoms of rosacea but will not cure. Maintenance therapy with topical agents is required for long term result. Several factors like skin type, lifestyle factors, and amount of sun exposure after laser therapy will affect the long-term result and can cause fare-ups of rosacea again. One should permanently avoid the triggering factors.

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    i think rosacea is the only autoimmune disease i don't have but i come into contact with many people, men and women, who do have it. sometimes their faces are so red they look like they hurt. thanks for the info deepak, if they ask me what they should do, i can recommend this to them. i learn a lot here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smoothskin View Post
    Is Daktacort a prescription medication? I've tried so many creams and none of them worked. I want to start trying more over the counter products so that I don't have to keep paying the deductible on my health insurance. I'm also hesitant to use a steroid cream because it can be very damaging to the skin and body. But if it works I just might take the leap and try it.
    If you have a mild rosacea, some dermatologist recommend steroid topical cream. Topical steroids are seldom used to treat symptoms of eczema-psoriasis. So, I think it is always better to ask your dermatologist before trying anything.


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    Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that causes redness and swelling on your face. It also causes pus-filled bumps or pustules on your cheeks, chin, nose and forehead. Rosacea is also popularly known as ‘adult acne,’ as it leads to swelling and skin sores that look like acne.

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    Rosacea is often a long-term inflammatory dermatologic situation in which has an effect on nearly of sixteen zillion individuals in the united states.
    This arises more regularly in individuals relating to the ages connected with 30 and also 58 years and also has an effect on mostly women of all ages and also people with reasonable skin tone.
    However, this skin disorder make a difference any person at any age and also, when remaining with no treatment, may intensify after some time.
    Although women of all ages are more likely to acquire rosacea, males are more likely to have more extreme conditions connected with rosacea.

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    Symptoms can include facial flushing, facial redness, spots, thickening of the skin, and eye problems. So avoid strong sunlight to the face and use sunblock cream.

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    Rosacea is a very common skin condition in which it affects the face. Rosacea causes redness on your face.


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