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 »

Red skin on the face may be a condition called Rosacea, explains WebMD. Between the ages of 30 and 50, fair-skinned people may develop this condition first as easy blushing. Then small blood vessels and pimples may occur... More »

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Rosacea is a possible reason that a person's face is always red, according to the NetDoctor medical team. It is a chronic skin condition that causes the nose and cheeks to become unusually red and mostly affects women. More »

One cause of facial redness includes a skin condition known as rosacea, which produces visible blood vessels on the skin that elevate into bumps or pimples, explains WebMD. Additional causes of facial redness include acn... More »

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According to HowStuffWorks, red blotches on the face can be caused by rosacea, eczema or reactions to skin care products, including allergic reactions. People who are photosensitive can also find themselves with red blot... More »

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Redness and bumps on the nose and cheeks may be caused by a condition called rosacea, explains WebMD. This is a very common skin condition and most often affects adults over the age of 30. More »

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A sore red bump under the armpit is a common symptom of an ingrown hair, a condition that occurs when hairs curl around and grow backwards into the skin, according to WebMD. Ingrown hairs can also grow sideways in hair f... More »