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Take a deeper look beneath the surface of rosacea

Meet Heather

Aged 39, an educator, suffers from moderate-severe rosacea (IGA 3)

Heather loves to be around people, but when her rosacea flares, she finds herself being more withdrawn, declining invitations and purposely missing out on photo opportunities with family and friends.

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The hardest part for me is

never knowing what my face is going to look like when I wake up in the morning. Even before I look in the mirror, I feel the burning and stinging – it’s so painful – and then I see the annoying bumps and redness.

It just never seems to go away

It’s affecting every part of my life – my job, and meeting with friends and family. It always feels like people are looking at me.

I’m tired of hiding behind my rosacea. I really want to take back control!

The burden of rosacea goes beyond the visible symptoms alone.1,2

High burden patients are more likely to suffer from non-visible symptoms, such as: 1

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High burden patients seek treatment because of the cumulative burden of their disease, signs, symptoms and QoL** impact2

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16 million people are affected by rosacea in the US3

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High burden patients report spending up to 3.5 hours more on their skincare regimen per week*1

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Over 50% of rosacea patients report suffering from at least moderate depression4

Are patients telling you how deeply rosacea affects them?

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