In the progression of rosacea stage one would constitute a situation in which the transient episodes of facial flushing become more pronounced and more frequent. The facial redness would be more intense and longer in duration. This stage or rosacea is known as Erythematotelangiectatic Rosacea or ETR for short, it is characterized by more permanent or consistent redness in the central location of the face. The appearance of broken blood vessels also called spider veins would begin to appear just below the surface of the skin. Some people at this stage of rosacea development report that they experience episodes of burning sensations to their skin that some liken to the feel of sunburn on the face. The skin may feel tight, dry and in some cases flaky. As Stage One Rosacea, these are the most common symptoms of rosacea.
It is often during this phase of rosacea, that people observe […]