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Cosmetic Dermatology


Rosacea is a common skin condition, typically arising in fair-skinned individuals between 30-50 years of age. There are two main types of rosacea:

  1. Papulopustular – This type of rosacea looks very similar to acne with red spots and small pustules.
  2. Erythrotelangiectatic – This presents with diffuse redness, flushing and broken blood vessels.

Often, patients experience both types and rosacea can even affect the eyes (with a feeling of grittiness and a bloodshot look).

At California Skin Institute, our clinicians will tailor treatments specifically to your presentation and needs.


This is to be only used as an educational piece and individuals should not use it to self-diagnose a skin condition or problem. Treatment results will vary, talk to a practitioner to see if any of these treatments or procedures are right for you.

Treatments for Rosacea

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