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Are rosacea outbreaks always on the face?

Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)
The face is where rosacea outbreaks most commonly occur. But it's not the only part of the body that can be afflicted. If you have rosacea, you may notice that the skin on your ears, neck, or chest can turn red, too. If you're bald or have thinning hair, you may noticed that your scalp also turns reddish during an outbreak of rosacea.

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