There are many common rosacea symptoms, many of which are indicative of other temporary skin conditions such as pimples and patchy, flaky skin. Some symptoms, such as hyperpigmentation, or excessive skin reddening are often just the natural result of discomfort or embarrassment, but present more severely when they are the result of a rosacea flare-up. Rosacea also causes tender, swollen lesions which can be somewhat painful to endure. Other symptoms include spider veins and itchy, irritated skin. Rosacea symptoms are often temporary and disappear with the application of anti-redness cream or other rosacea skin care products. However, the remission is temporary as well, and flare-ups can occur with some regularity. The only symptom of rosacea that can be permanent is the thickening of the skin, which tends to happen around the nose, giving the appendage a bulbous, spongy look. A certified dermatologist can determine the severity of your outbreak and prescribe the appropriate treatments, of which there are many.
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