Eczema is often confused by Dermatologist with Facial Rosacea


Types of Rosacea

Facial Rosacea does not have to be persistent over the years. Facial rosacea involves flushing, red sensitive skin that often burns, rosacea papules which are hard raised bumps without pus, acne pimples or pustules, and facial edema or swelling of the skin as well as rhinophyma which is also a thickening of the skin. Rhinophyma is often associated with the thickened red nose that becomes bulbous in shape. You may learn much more at Rosacea-Ltd IV which is also an excellent treatment for rosacea.

Ocular Rosacea is a redness and dry eye that often feels of a gritty debris in the eye. Usually ocular rosacea is accompanied with facial rosacea. It is rare but possible that ocular rosacea occurs by itself. These symptoms are often accompanied with other eye disorders of eye sties, inflammation of the iris, pink eye or conjunctivitis and many other eye conditions. Many people with ocular rosacea have been placed on eye drops of 1/3 steroids and 2/3 antibiotics with disappointing results by opthamologist. The simplest and best way to resolve ocular rosacea is by the use of Rosacea-Ltd IV.