August 17, 2007, Newsletter Issue #231: Rosacea

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Rosacea is a medical skin condition and should be seen by a dermatologist. Prescription cream or ointment is usually recommended to use topically . An oral antibiotic may be prescribed, depending on the conditionīs severity. There are calming emulsions on the market that may help a mild case of rosacea. Corrective concealers (green or yellow) are helpful in covering up the redness. Be sure to apply foundation and powder over the concealer.

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