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Finding the Cause of Acne Rosacea May Be Closer Than You Think!

By Bill Wilson

For those who suffer from this irritating skin disease, the frustration of not knowing the cause of acne rosacea can be overwhelming at times.  Sufferers are left to determine what triggers their specific acne rosacea flare-ups and how they should address these factors.  Yes, there are medications that provide temporary relief, but some are known to have serious side effects.

The obvious answer for acne rosacea patients is to find a permanent cure for this skin disease.  So far, the cure for this socially disruptive skin condition has proven to be elusive.   Researchers know that finding the specific cause of acne rosacea is the first step in the development of an effective treatment and cure for its symptoms. 

Acne rosacea symptoms may include flushing of the cheeks, small bumps and pimples, blood vessels appearing at the surface of the skin, and in severe cases, the nose growing bumpy and becoming enlarged with excess tissue.  At present, these symptoms can only be minimized through the use of certain skin medications, lifestyle changes, and surgery in the more extreme cases.

In recent years, medical researchers have been feverishly trying to pinpoint the specific cause of acne rosacea.  There have been many theories in the past, but none have proven to be the final answer.

Recent studies are suggesting that the origins of rosacea may be a vascular disorder.  This is why the disease is characterized by flushing and redness of the skin.  Another indication that the skin disease is vascular in nature is that the symptoms can be reduced if the rosacea patient can control the flushing.

This can generally be accomplished by avoiding conditions that trigger a rosacea flare-up.  These most commonly require some sort of lifestyle change (i.e. avoiding hot spicy foods) or the avoidance of certain environmental factors (i.e. excessive sun exposure).

The promising findings from these studies show that the discovery of the real cause of acne rosacea may be close at hand.  If you suffer from rosacea, it certainly isn't a time to give up all hope.  Keep a positive attitude, avoid your acne rosacea "triggers", and follow up regularly with your dermatologist.   Help is on the way!

About the Author
Find out more about the possible cause of acne rosacea by visiting Acne Rosacea Relief located at, where you will find tips and helpful information about identifying your rosacea "triggers".

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