This article highlights the differences between Rosacea and acne. Rosacea is a chronic condition that differs from acne in its symptoms and treatment. In addition, acne typically appears in teens, while patients with Rosacea will develop symptoms much later in life, age 30 or older. While there is no cure for Rosacea, it can be managed with a variety of methods including gentle cleansers, proper use of sunscreen, and use of oral antibiotics to control breakouts. Acne typically disappears after a number of years. Some of the causes of acne include stress, diet, hormones, and medications. On the other hand, the exact causes of Rosacea are still unknown. It’s possible to minimize the risk of developing Rosacea by avoiding sunlight, spicy foods, and temperature extremes, among other factors.
- 1Though similar overall, acne and Rosacea are two different issues.
- 2Rosacea is a chronic disease that lasts for a longer term than acne.
- 3Rosacea tends to appear in adults, while acne usually appears in teens.
Acne can be caused by many factors that cause blocking of hair follicles, hormonal stimulation of oil gland cells, and bacterial infections. Rosacea, on the other hand, appears to be linked to a defect in the body’s natural immune system.
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