“Rosacea” is a common chronic skin condition affecting the central face in men and women. It is more common in people with fair
skin, blue eyes and of Celtic origin. Patients usually have redness, frequent blushing or flushing, prominent blood vessels, red
papules and sometimes pustules on the nose, forehead, cheeks and chin. Some people have triggers like sun exposure, hot and spicy
food, or alcoholic beverages.