We also encourage you to speak openly and directly with a specialist about your symptoms to find the right treatment for you. Even though rosacea is chronic, there are often ways to keep it under control. And even though it’s easy to get frustrated with your skin, it is important to practice self-care and self-love.
Those with rosacea know to never judge someone by their appearance. It’s simple really: Just. Be. Nice. To strangers, to friends, and most importantly, to yourself.
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