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Rosacea

Rosacea causes small blood vessels in your face, scalp, neck, and ears to swell, making skin look flushed. “It looks a bit like adult acne with red, pimply bumps mostly covering your nose and cheeks,” says Linda Stein Gold, MD, division head of dermatology at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit.  Rosacea never goes away, but you can fight the inflammation with prescription antibiotic or retinoid creams and light therapy. Before braving the cold, protect your face with a soft scarf and use a soothing cream to create a barrier on your skin to help reduce dryness, roughness, and discomfort.

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