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Rosacea Trigger Trouble?

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HEAT

HEAT

Any kind of heat — be it hot weather, hot liquids, or strenuous activity — can trigger a rosacea flare-up.

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FOOD AND
DRINK

FOOD AND
DRINK

Alcohol, hot sauce, cheese, chocolate... so many good things can make rosacea flare.

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SUN EXPOSURE

SUN EXPOSURE

According to the National Rosacea Society, sun exposure is a top rosacea trigger for many people.

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With SOOLANTRA®
(ivermectin) Cream, 1%

Soolantra Cream treats the bumps and blemishes of rosacea with a once-daily, easy to apply cream.

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Not an actual patient, individual results may vary. Results are simulated to show average improvement as seen in clinical trials.

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DEMODEX

DEMODEX

Evidence suggests that a common skin mite may cause a reaction in some people, leading to the familiar bumps and blemishes of rosacea.

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FAMILY
HISTORY

FAMILY
HISTORY

Rosacea tends to run in families, especially if you have Irish, English, or other Northern or Eastern European relations in your family tree.

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COLD

COLD

Rosacea symptoms can flare when you expose your face to strong winds and frigid temperatures.

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STRESS

STRESS

Emotional upset can bring on stress, which can cause rosacea symptoms to act up.

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EXERCISE

EXERCISE

Exercise will give your muscles a great workout, but it can also work up rosacea bumps and blemishes.

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