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Can cyclic rosacea be prevented?

Unfortunately, there is no way to prevent cyclic rosacea. But once you have the condition, there are some things you can do to reduce or control your symptoms. Be aware of the activities that trigger your flare-ups, and do your best to avoid them. When cleansing or bathing, be gentle with your skin and use oil- and alcohol-free products. Finally, you should keep using your medications and topical treatments, even when you're between flare-ups.

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