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Antibiotics help control the symptoms of rosacea rather than cure it, states WebMD. They seem to reduce the number of pimples and the amount of redness in the skin by controlling inflammation. Both topical and oral antib... More »

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Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that is not contagious, tends to be genetic in nature, and has no cure, according to WebMD. Rosacea causes redness, swelling and small, red, pus-filled pimples on the face. More »

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The main symptom of rosacea is redness on the face in the forehead, chin, cheek and nose areas, according to WebMD. Sometimes, pimples and tiny bumps appear along with the redness, and some people experience burning and ... More »

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The American Academy of Dermatology states a number of treatments for rosacea, in the healthcare setting and at home. These treatments include laser skin therapy, topical and oral antibiotics and sunscreen. Major treatme... More »

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