Rosacea symptoms tend to fall into facial patterns (see below) with different features. It is common to have symptoms from across these patterns or for new symptoms to develop over time.

Flushing and facial redness

(Neurovascular rosacea) Looks Like: frequent flushing and persistent redness in the central parts of the face. With time, tiny

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Facial redness and pimples

(Inflammatory rosacea) Looks like: areas of persistent redness in the central parts of the face and red bumps and

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Skin thickening

(Phymatous rosacea) – Less common. Looks like: thickened, bumpy, red skin resulting in enlargement of the affected area with

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Irritated eyes

(Ocular rosacea) Looks like: Bloodshot, irritated, watery eyes with a gritty sensation. The eyelids may be red. Styes (seen

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Combinations

Often people have a combination of symptoms of rosacea. Patients may be treated with a combination of therapies.  

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