Oct 18, 2017 · Rosacea and cutaneous lupus are often mistaken for one another. So it’s important to speak to a medical professional if you suspect you have either once. Rosacea can cause facial redness, often along with a burning or prickling feeling.
Most people who are affected with rosacea will begin to see it around the age of 30. Redness may come and go or can be a constant color on the face. In most cases, small bumps or lumps can appear on the skin with pus filled pockets (often looking like small white pimples). Rosacea can be treated medically, however there is no cure.
Rosacea is a long term skin condition that is characterized by red, small bumps that spread around the face particularly in the nose, cheeks, chin, and forehead. These bumps are often mistaken as acne but Rosacea has no whiteheads or blackheads and is definitely not squeezable.
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Prescription drugs for rosacea include: Topical drugs that reduce redness. For mild to moderate rosacea, your doctor may prescribe a cream or gel that you apply to the affected skin. Brimonidine (Mirvaso) and oxymetazoline (Rhofade) reduce redness by constricting blood vessels.