If your face looks like you're blushing and you get bumps that are a bit like acne, you might have a skin condition called rosacea.
Redness on your cheeks, nose, chin, and forehead. Less often, the color can appear on your neck, head, ears, or chest.
After a while, broken blood vessels might show through your skin, which can thicken and swell up. Up to half of people with rosacea also get eye problems like redness, swelling, and pain.
Stinging and burning of your skin
Patches of rough, dry skin
A swollen, bulb-shaped nose
Broken blood vessels on your eyelids
Bumps on your eyelids
Problems with seeing
These symptoms can come and go. They might flare up for a few weeks, fade, and then come back.
Getting treatment is a must, so make sure you see your skin doctor. If you don't take care of your rosacea, redness and swelling can get worse and might become permanent.
A few things that may play a role are:
Some things about you may make you more likely to get rosacea. For instance, your chances of getting the skin condition go up if you:
Things that often trigger rosacea are:
Also try to follow these tips every day to help fade the redness on your skin: