Medications for rosacea can help control your symptoms and make your everyday life easier. But they control all symptoms. Redness, flushing and skin thickening around the nose need a different type of treatment. That’s where laser treatment comes in.Get the goods on laser treatment ›
Treatment for rosacea is driven by your type of rosacea and its severity. The most common treatments include topical ointments and oral medicines. Get the details on both options ›
Is Your Rosacea Treatment Working?
There isn't a cure for rosacea, but medications, self-care and other therapies make reducing symptoms a reality. But is it possible to eliminate them entirely?
Taking certain steps makes disease relief more likely. For example, when it comes to treatment, earlier is always better, even if your rosacea is mild and doesn't bother you much.Learn how to give rosacea remission a good chance ›
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Rosacea affects about 16 million people in the U.S. The condition is more common in women than in men.
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