Just as no two people are alike; no two people will react in exactly the same way to those things that trigger rosacea. Our rosacea trigger response is based on many variables such as what medications we have used on the recent past or perhaps may still be using, how we handle stress, how dehydrated our skin is, if our immune system is compromised to the degree that we also are affected by allergens, how much sleep we routinely have or any changes in any one of the above variables.
Any of these rosacea triggers can act as a stimulus to activate our rosacea response. The rosacea skin response once activated will display symptoms of redness, flushing, itching, bumps under the skin in the form of papules or pustules, acne pimples, inflammation or swelling of the facial skin. In most cases the rosacea response is limited to the […]