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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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Treatment options for acne rosacea include nonpharmacologic therapy, avoidance of known triggers, and use of topical medications, oral medicines and laser therapy, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians. ... More »

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The most frequently used natural treatments for rosacea include topical applications, such as cream containing an extract of the herb Chrysanthellum indicum, niacinamide cream and azelaic acid cream. Following an anti-in... More »

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Perioral dermatitis, a rash presenting red bumps around the mouth, under the eyes, on the forehead and on the chin, also affects the folds of the nose, according to Healthline. Another cause of a rash under the nose that... More »

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Common symptoms of poison oak and poison ivy include itching, red streaks or general redness where skin contact was made with the plant, hives in the form of small bumps or large raised areas, and blisters that may leak ... More »

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Some possible causes of constant redness in the face are rosacea, Cushing's disease, emotional triggers and spicy foods, explains Healthline. Redness is a result of increased blood flow, which causes blood vessels to enl... More »

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A dry scalp is characterized by itching, flaking, burning sensation, redness, or inflammation of the forehead or scalp, according to WebMD. A common way to tell if you have a dry scalp is to scratch your head and see if ... More »

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