A close-up view of facial redness due to rosacea skin disease on the face. Rosacea starts as redness on the cheeks, nose, chin, or forehead. The redness is less common on areas such as neck, scalp, chest, or ears. Medications that reduce redness along with antibiotics are usually recommended. Antibiotics help reduce some types of bacteria but mainly fight the inflammation which causes the swollen vessels.
The images shows an elderly woman with skin rosacea condition characterized by facial redness, small and superficial dilated blood vessels. The symptoms occur due to inflamed blood vessels called vascular rosacea. As the signs and symptoms of rosacea progress, these small blood vessels on your nose and cheeks become swollen and visible (called telangiectasia). These symptoms may look like tiny spider webs.
Rosacea is a chronic skin disease that affects more than 15 million Americans. The cause of rosacea is not yet known. It usually causes a persistent redness in the central part of your face. Small blood vessels on your nose and cheeks often swell and become visible. Experts are not completely sure of the causes of rosacea. But there are certain related factors that are thought to contribute to the inflamed blood vessels which cause the rosacea symptoms.
Skin disorders can be temporary or permanent depending upon their symptoms and severity. They may be painless or painful. Allergies, irritants, genetic, certain diseases and immune system problems lead to dermatitis, hives, and other skin conditions. The image shows some common skin diseases such as acne, rosacea, oily T-zone and blackheads, psoriasis, etc. Rosacea is commonly found in fair skin middle-aged people. It is a non-contagious skin inflammation. Redness on skin, bumps, mildly swollen cheeks and nose, etc are common signs of rosacea which lead to capillaries enlargement and formation of pustules.
Rosacea is a commonly occurring but poorly understood severe skin problem. It mainly affects the face and causes redness and visible blood vessels. Symptoms of rosacea begins to appear with episodes of flushing (skin turns red), swollen red bumps, spots (papules and pustules), eye problems such as dry eye, irritation in eyelids, etc. Complications of rosacea can be both physical and psychological such as blepharitis (inflammation of the eyelids), rhinophyma, low self esteem, etc. Rhinophyma is thickening of skin on the nose, causing the nose to appear bulbous. Lasers treatment, electrosurgery, dermabrasion, removal of excess skin with a scalpel and sometimes a combination of these procedures are used to treat rhinophyma.