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What are the most common triggers for rosacea?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner
There are several factors that can trigger your rosacea. Basically, anything that causes blood to rush to your skin can make the condition worse. Some of the most common triggers are exposure to sunlight, spicy foods, and alcohol. Others include extremely hot or cold temperatures, stress, and hot drinks. If you are able to identify triggers for your rosacea, you might be able to prevent symptoms by avoiding them.

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