Flushing and facial redness that may be intermittent and then become more persistent.
Bumps or pimples on the skin, either small and solid (papules) or pus-filled (pustules).
Red lines (telangiectasia) in the face caused by enlarged blood vessels.
Stinging or burning sensations -- similar to mild sunburn -- that may be more noticeable when smiling, frowning, or squinting. Application of cleansers, cosmetics, or moisturizers may increase the irritation.