THE SINUS/NASAL AREAS PLAY A HUGE ROLE IN THE ROOT CAUSE OF ROSACEA!
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Learn what the 4 stages of Rosacea are
Each stage has its own unique symptoms, all affecting the facial area, sometimes the neck.
SYMPTOMS CAN BE TRIGGERED BY:
Food and beverages: especially acidic and spicy food, tomatoes, vinegar, coffee.
Environmental: cold weather, heat, hot sun, chemicals.
Emotional: especially when angry or anxious.
First Stage: Pre-Rosacea: frequent flushing of the forehead, nose, cheeks and chin. The flushing in the face will progress to a more persistent red tone, especially on the nose and cheeks. Sadly, children and teenagers are now getting rosacea. Their cheeks have a red, heated look, sometimes looking swollen. A slight burning or itching sensation may occur when creams, cleansers or makeup is used.
Second Stage: Vascular Rosacea: small, broken red blood vessels become visible on the nose and cheeks, causing swelling, and the skin can feel warm to touch.
Third Stage: Inflammatory Rosacea: small, red bumps and some that contain white pus will appear and persist. These bumps can be painful, spreading to the forehead and chin. They can also thicken and become larger.
Fourth Stage: OCULAR ROSACEA: This stage is the most serious because it affects the eyes. Pimples appear on the skin around the eyes; the lids can become red and inflamed and the whites of the eyes become red and inflamed. This skin condition can cause impaired vision or even loss of vision. The eyes can develop an infection such as conjunctivitis. It is important to see a Dermatologist when the first symptoms of rosacea appear.
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO IDENTIFY ROSACEA IN THE BEGINNING STAGES?
If rosacea is not identified in the beginning stages, it has the ability to turn into a disfiguring skin condition.