Acne Rosacea affects 16 million people. This is hereditary. More women get this disease more than men. Acne Rosacea occurs in adults between 30 to 60 years old especially those with fair skin. With this skin disease, there are no blackheads or whiteheads. There are pimples that can appear on one's face. However, these pimples do look different than acne actually does. These pimples are red and small and sometimes are solid or with pus.
Your skin may be oily on the nose and forehead and dry in the cheek and chin area. The cheeks or the forehead can look like a sunburn. The redness is cause by dilated blood vessels in the skin and causes more blood to flow underneath the skin's surface. Your face can also have redlines. These redlines are from the dilated blood vessels. Men may have the problem of getting small bumps on the nose called rhinophyma.
This can be treated with medicated cream prescribed by a dermatologist. Consult your dermatologist about an antibiotic Called Noritate. Another antibiotic called Metronidazole is also used to treat acne rosacea which decreases the redness in the skin. Again, consult your dermatologist about these two antibiotics.
You should avoid the sun. The sun will just make the condition worse. Spicy foods can agitate this problem as well. To restore balance in your skin and begin healthy healing, the irritation and sensitivity has to be worked on. Natural healing has to be allow to occur. Zinc is well known to reduce redness and sulfur. You can do further research on this. Many resources and solutions are always available to help you with this problem and get back to healthy glowing skin.
Lots of daily tips available to help keep your acne rosacea under control.