There are as many different types of facial rashes as there are skin tones. Facial rashes may be classified as episodes of facial flushing, redness, and patches of red or pinkish skin, pimples, papule, lesions or pustules. Or even any combination thereof. Some of the more common skin rashes include acne, eczema, rosacea, psoriasis, and lupus.
A facial rash may be the result of rosacea in which facial redness begins and gradually becomes more persistent with blood vessels causing a progressively more prominent rash on the nose and cheeks. Inflammatory papules and pustules may develop and continue to worsen. Facial pores often become larger and more prominent. Rosacea often first appears in adults in their 40s to 50s
Acne is caused by inflammation from clogged pores, pimples, cysts or nodules. The upper layer of skin contains sebaceous glands which surround each hair follicle and produce sebum, an oily substance, […]