When this California woman was diagnosed with subtype 2 and ocular rosacea 11 years ago, a combination of medical therapy, rosacea-friendly skin care products and trigger avoidance eventually led to her success.
It's widely reported that even Princess Diana struggled with rosacea. Read more about the frequency and severity of the condition in these new survey results.
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