is a common skin disorder that usually begins in adulthood. It is noted by facial redness and a tendency to flush or blush easily. In addition to redness, other common findings include acne-like breakouts, visible blood vessels, and skin swelling or puffiness. Rosacea most commonly affects the central face (nose, cheeks, forehead, and chin) but can also affect the neck, upper trunk, and eyes. Fortunately, there are many treatment options available and the team at Limmer Dermatology is highly experienced in treating Rosacea. 


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