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6. Redness around the nose, cheeks, and forehead

Rosacea is the #1 cause of redness around these areas, and it affects around 14 million people in the US alone. People over 30 and with fair skin are more likely to develop it since rosacea rarely affects children. Some of the most common signs are flushing, persistent redness, bumps and pimples, and visible blood vessels. Other less common signs include eye irritation, skin thickening, and swelling. The way rosacea is usually treated is with topical and oral medicines that your doctor will prescribe to you. In more serious cases, doctors might use laser treatments in order to remove any visible blood vessels.

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