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How is rosacea treated?

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The primary goal of treatment is to control the redness, inflammation, and skin eruptions. The biggest key to controlling rosacea is to avoid triggers -- factors that cause the skin to flush.

SOURCES: International Rosacea Foundation. Rosacea.com. American Academy of Family Physicians. FDA. Galderma.




Reviewed by Stephanie S. Gardner on October 13, 2017

SOURCES: International Rosacea Foundation. Rosacea.com. American Academy of Family Physicians. FDA. Galderma.




Reviewed by Stephanie S. Gardner on October 13, 2017

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