Other Common Rosacea Symptoms Include:
Flushing – Facial flushing and redness is usually the first symptom and tends to come and go. The skin may be clear for weeks, months, or years and then erupt again.
Burning or stinging – This is the most common symptom, which can be aggravated when using harsh facial cleansers, lotions, or creams. That’s why it’s important to use mild products with a sufficient amount of effective ingredients that work to treat your specific symptoms.
Pimples or bumps – Often referred to as acne rosacea, consists mostly of small red bumps that are not squeezable or extractable like blackheads.
Visible Blood Vessels – During the more severe stages, tiny red veins that look like spider webs become more prominent on the nose and cheeks.
Swelling – Swelling of the face is a common symptom for many people.