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Rosacea is an ongoing skin disease that can cause your face to flush (get red). You may also have what looks like acne on your nose, cheeks, chin or forehead.
Sometimes rosacea affects the eyes. This is called ocular rosacea, and its signs and symptoms can include, red, burning or watering eyes, the feeling like something is stuck in your eye, redness and swelling on your eyelids and at the base of eyelashes, clogging of the oily glands of your eyelids, chalazion or stye.
Some people have rosacea affecting their skin but no symptoms of ocular rosacea. Others have ocular rosacea but no skin symptoms. You can also have both forms of rosacea. Women are more likely than men to have rosacea.
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|Suggested Protocol > No. Treatments 3 to 5||> Frequency (Days Apart) 5 to 10|
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|Suggested Protocol > No. Treatments 4 to 5||> Frequency (Days Apart) 5 to 10|