Rosacea

Red face

Red face or Rosacea develops on the nose, cheeks, forehead, or chin. At first, Red face comes and goes. But after some time, the redness intensifies and lasts longer. You will start to see visible blood vessels on the skin. If it’s not treated, bumps and pimples will begin to develop. Your nose looks and …

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Benzoyl Peroxide

Benzoyl peroxide treats mild to severe acne. It is used alongside other acne treatments. It works by minimizing acne-causing bacteria, which dries the skin and make it peel. How to use Benzoyl peroxide If you’re a first time user, test for any allergic reaction. To do this, place a little amount on one area of …

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Soolantra

Soolantra is the medication used to treat Rosacea, a severe skin condition caused by too much flow of blood towards the skin’s surface. The main ingredient in Soolantra is Ivermectin, and it is effective at reducing the symptoms of Rosacea such as swelling, pus and severe redness. How to use the medication Before using Ivermectin …

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Acne Rosacea

Rosacea is a condition that makes blood vessels visible on your face thereby making the skin extremely red. It could also cause red bumps that contain pus. Most times rosacea is confused with acne, but they are entirely different from each other. Anybody can suffer from Rosacea, but it is more common in middle-aged women …

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Acne

Acne is an inflammatory skin disease that causes pimples, on the shoulders, face, back, chest, neck, and upper arms. Types of acne Acne varies in the level of pain, size, and color. The following are types of acne: Whiteheads – these are small protrusions that stay under the skin. Papules – these are pink and …

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