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Burning? Rosacea can be prevented?
Surely you have seen people who have some kind of redness on their face, this is not a simple blush, but it can be something deeper. People with a fair complexion, when they feel sorry, tend to redden their face, especially on the cheeks. This can become permanent over time. Rosacea is a skin condition that has no cure and it is not yet known what causes it. It appears mostly on sensitive skin and in women 30 to 50 years of age.
The symptoms of rosacea are temporary or permanent redness in the area of the cheeks, nose, chin and forehead, in some cases, rosacea also affects the eyes, it can present a type of “acne”, cause itching, burning and even even deformation of the face. As its causes are unknown, there is no specific prevention treatment, but it is known for certain that some factors contribute to the development of rosacea such as hot foods, alcohol, stress and bad eating habits.
There are 4 types of rosacea and they are classified as follows:
Rosacea diathesis: It is when episodes of redness and blushing appear.
Stage 1: Persistent erythema with telangiectasia develops.
Stage 2: Papules and micro pustules are added to the above.
Stage 3: To all of the above, nodules are added.
It does not necessarily appear in that order, sometimes it usually appears in type 2 directly or type 3. When presenting this type of redness that does not fade, you should go to the dermatologist for a diagnosis and treatment before it worsens. Some treatments can work to control rosacea and its symptoms, they can be topical, oral, laser or pulsed light.
Tips for a skin with rosacea
Azelaic acid is good for treating rosacea, it is recommended to use it as a gel to avoid adding more oil in the morning and at night. In addition, sunscreen is essential in a skin with rosacea, since the sun can trigger an aggravation of the disease and can cause hyperpigmentation in the damaged area. When wearing makeup, a test should be done first to see if it causes any abnormal skin reactions with rosacea.
Rosacea can bring with it certain complications such as rhinophyma, metophyma, blepharophyma, otophyma or gnathophyma. Unfortunately, rosacea is not something that can be prevented since it is not known in which person it will develop, but the biggest triggers of this disease are heat, physical exercise, spicy foods, alcohol, exposure to the sun and poor skin hygiene. What to avoid are acidic or very dry products, as well as aggressive exfoliating products.If you feel or see any symptoms that are related to this disease, go to a dermatologist, since rosacea, as it evolves, can be very difficult to control.