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People who have rosacea can display symptoms as early as in their 20s, although it most often appears at a older age between 30 and 60 years.

There are several forms of rosacea, with each varying widely in symptoms and demographic

Erythematotelangiectatic (ETR) Rosacea

Red and irritated skin, periodic facial flushing for extended periods, visible blood vessels, dry skin, sensitive skin.

Acne Rosacea

Lumps on the surface of the skin often across the nose and cheeks, yellow pustules, acne-like breakouts, swollen cheeks and nose, oily skin.


Enlarged bulbous nose, visible blood vessels, difficulty breathing through the nose, craggy texture to the skin, red nose.

Ocular Rosacea

Dry bloodshot eyes, inflamed eyelids, itchy eyes.

Rosacea Triggers

Despite us not fully understanding why people get rosacea, there are a number of so-called rosacea triggers such as spicy foods, getting overheated, alcohol, emotional stress and over the counter medications which are likely to exacerbate the condition and set-off a nasty bout of it.

Is There A Cure for Rosacea?

Unfortunately, rosacea is a chronic skin condition and there is no cure which will rid you of rosacea for life. However, there are a number of ways to treat rosacea and several options you can take to improve the condition.

Here at Minty Pearls we offer many treatments which have seen our patients drastically improve their condition, restoring their self-confidence and allowing them to get on with.


Rosacea is a long-term skin condition that mainly affects the face. It's more common in women and people with lighter skin, but symptoms can be worse in men. Treatment can help with symptoms.

Suggested Treatments

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