Lee Anderson developed the skin condition rosacea when she was in her
40s. "My daughter used to tease me that I had 'slap-face,' because that's
what it looked like all the time -- that I'd been slapped. It was very
embarrassing," says Anderson, now 54. The condition grew worse, and she
eventually found herself turning down social invitations. "It ate away at
Anderson was in plenty of company. An estimated 14 million Americans have
rosacea, which is a fairly common skin...