Rosea can appear in multiple forms, most often with excessive redness and flushing in the face coupled with a bumpy texture or acne-like breakouts. Although it is a common affliction, rosea can be a frustrating, uncomfortable and unsightly condition. It most often appears on the face, around the ears, nose, cheeks and forehead, and can spread to the chest and back if left untreated. Rosea is currently incurable; however, with proper management by board certified dermatologist Dr. Alexander, signs and symptoms can be greatly reduced for clear, beautiful skin.
*Dislclaimer: Results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Downtime is subjective to individual pain tolerance. Before and after photos are not to be taken as guarantees for expected results.