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Treatment for Acne Rosacea

By  ,  Onlymyhealth editorial team
Jun 23, 2011
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man have a Acne problam Acne Rosacea is a chronic condition of skin allergy that remains incurable till date. The symptoms of this problem can be curbed periodically but skin specialists across the globe have failed to find a permanent treatment for Acne Rosacea recurrence. Rosacea happens mostly in the “blush” areas of the face and in people with a fairer skin tone. The affected areas usually are the cheeks, the lower nasal area and the chin.


One does not know how it spreads or the level of infection it carries. The redness of the skin occurs when the small blood vessels enlarge and dilate making the veins in the cheeks prominent. In acute cases, this causes inflammation and even bumps on the surface of the skin.

 

Remedies


These reactions can be curbed by applying calamine lotions or jojoba oil in minimal quantities, by rubbing them in gently, till the skin absorbs them completely. Apart from that, do not eat spicy food as the blood vessels tend to get dilated due to hyperactive glands present in the face, internally and externally. Certain over-the-counter drugs such as Azelaic acid, Erythromycin, Metronidazole, Doxycycline, Tetracycline, Isotretinoin, Minocycline, etc. only reduce the symptoms of Rosacea and cannot address the root cause. This provides only temporary relief.

 

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