Some medical causes of a flushed face are extreme emotional states, rosacea and high fever, according to Healthline. Hormonal changes, such as those involved in hot flashes and pregnancy; ingestion of niacin; and taking ... More »

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Common causes of a flushed face include anger, embarrassment and other emotions, spicy or hot foods, fever, rosacea and alcohol use, states MedlinePlus. Other causes include menopause, carcinoid syndrome, some diabetes a... More »

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Possible causes of excessive flushing of the face include menopause, rosacea, hyperthyroidism, panic disorder and fifth disease, according to Healthline. However, skin flushing is most often a normal physiological respon... More »

Common causes of a flushed face include anger, embarrassment and other emotions, spicy or hot foods, fever, rosacea and alcohol use, states MedlinePlus. Other causes include menopause, carcinoid syndrome, some diabetes a... More »

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Redness of the face, or facial flushing, can be caused by a skin condition, such as rosacea or lupus, reactions to skin products or makeup, or adult acne, according to WebMD. Women with symptoms of menopause, such as hot... More »

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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Flushed cheeks without fever can be caused by eating spicy foods, going through an embarrassing experience, the skin condition rosacea, alcohol consumption and allergic reactions to medications, states Healthline. Flushe... More »