The Flush Beyond The Blush: Rosacea & You

BY LISA WILLIAMS A chronic and potentially life-disrupting skin disorder, rosacea is more than just an innocent blush. The face of rosacea can cover a full spectrum of 50 shades of red – from a bashful perpetual rosiness that’s most prominent in the central face (cheeks, nose, forehead and chin) to a violently red angry mask. Typically starting between the ages of 30 and 50 (and more frequently in women than […]

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