Rosacea occurs in adults and starts as “easy blushing” or persistent facial redness. As the disease progresses, pimples develop over the nose and central face. In severe untreated case disfiguring nasal enlargement, the so-called W.C. Field’s nose or rhinophyma, can develop. Trigger factors for rosacea include alcohol, hot beverages, spicy foods, and sun light.
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