5 Alternative Treatments For Rosacea

African american woman touching face

Rosacea, a chronic inflammatory skin disorder that primarily affects the face, may not be seen as often in African Americans but it does happen. Unlike the extreme redness around the cheek, nose, chin and forehead areas characteristic of rosacea in other groups, Black skin may take on a more violet tone, with the face feeling very warm, said Dr. Denise Buntin, a dermatologist.

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