Rosacea on the face/skin - What is Rosacea?

What is Rosacea & Why do you get it?

Posted by Bio-First Team on

Rosacea is unfortunately a common and lasting skin condition that most often affects middle-aged women with fair skin.

Typically it presents as persistent redness and visible blood vessels in the central part of your face.

It can sometimes be mistaken for acne, other skin problems or natural ruddiness.


Triggers can include:

The underlying cause is unknown but is thought to be a mix of hereditary and environmental factors.

Triggers can include:

  • Hot, spicy food
  • Excessive alcohol
  • Strong dry wind or hot sun
  • Emotions 
  • High intensity exercise
  • Certain cosmetics


Click here if you are prone to Rosacea and would like to learn more about what you might be able to do about it.


*Please note this is not medical advice and you should always seek such advice from medical professionals.


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