Rosacea is a skin condition that causes facial redness and acne on the cheeks, nose, chin, and forehead. There is no cure, but you can control flare-ups if you avoid the triggers. Unfortunately, there are tons of them. And drinking alcohol is a biggie. That being said, you need to learn what your triggers are. We say, unless you want to learn the hard way or don’t mind the flare up, you should probably just avoid drinking alcohol altogether.
- Q What causes erythematotelangiectatic rosacea?
- Q Do clogged pores cause rosacea?
- Q What are the most common triggers for rosacea?
- Q Are visible blood vessels caused by rosacea permanent?
- Q Can overuse of steroid medications cause issues with rosacea?
- Q How is rosacea linked to the immune system?