April is Rosacea Awareness Month and the NRS (National Rosacea Society) estimates that over 16 million people suffer from this painful and unsightly disease. More than just facial inflammation, rosacea affects victims in many ways.
Rosacea is a condition that causes redness and often small pus-filled bumps on the face. A lot of people believe that rosacea is only having a red face, but for most people, the symptoms can be worse. If any of these symptoms apply to you, you should see your dermatologist: redness of the face, visible broken blood vessels, sensitive skin, and more.