Alternate Names : Acne Rosacea
What are the signs and symptoms of the condition?
Symptoms of rosacea commonly include the following:
Inflamed, acne-like bumps are usually superficial but may be deep and painful. Some of the bumps may contain pus.
The inner cheeks and the skin across the bridge of the nose have a red, flushed look. The redness may also extend to the lower forehead and the chin, as well as the entire cheek area.
Oil glands in the skin on the nose thicken.
The skin on the cheeks and nose are mildly swollen.
Tiny blood vessels on the face are swollen.