Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition located in the facial area, characterized by:

  • clinical association: diffuse facial erythema (initially episodic, and then permanent); telangiectasia; papulopustular rash;
  • it is located at the level of the nose, cheeks, central area of the forehead and chin.

Rosacea especially affects adults aged between 40 and 50. It is more common in fair-skinned people than in those with a darker skin tone.

It most often affects women, but complications such as rhinophyma are more frequent in men.

In the absence of a treatment, the disease aggravates, with possible periods of remission alternating with symptomatology exacerbation periods.

The dermatological conditions most frequently treated in the Laurus Medical network are: