Rosacea happens to people whose skin is supersensitive, and makes it more so. Its cause is not yet well understood. Sufferers can control and mask it, though. Photo: Shutterstock
Rosacea happens to people whose skin is supersensitive, and makes it more so. Its cause is not yet well understood. Sufferers can control and mask it, though. Photo: Shutterstock
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Rosacea: treatment, causes, the four types, and which make-up products to use to disguise its acne-like appearance

  • The skin condition looks like ‘redness over the nose, cheeks, chin and forehead’ and bumps ‘like acne, but not acne’ – and it can make sufferers miserable
  • Rosacea affects supersensitive skin – common triggers include extremes of heat and cold, and stress – but the cause is not yet well understood

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Rosacea happens to people whose skin is supersensitive, and makes it more so. Its cause is not yet well understood. Sufferers can control and mask it, though. Photo: Shutterstock
Rosacea happens to people whose skin is supersensitive, and makes it more so. Its cause is not yet well understood. Sufferers can control and mask it, though. Photo: Shutterstock
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