Rosacea is apersistent facial eruptions of unknown cause characterized by erythema andpustules. Sebum secretion is normal in this condition.

Rosacea becomes progressively worse in many of those affected. The real causeof rosacea is now thought to be a tendency to flush and blush in a person withsun damage. Sun damages the supporting fibers of the small blood vessels justunder the surface of the skin, allowing the vessels to stretch out (becomepermanently dilated). The damaged blood vessels leak fluid when flushingoccurs, resulting in blotchy red areas. Swelling occurs, but is not usually soprominent to be very visible. The first sign most people see are small redpimples and pustules (pus-filled whiteheads). The redness can come and go andmay be tender, inflamed and sensitive to the touch. Later, the skin tissue canswell and thicken. Eventually the redness and swelling can become permanent.

Triggers that cause episodes of flushing and blushing.
1. Exposure to temperature extremes can cause the face to become flushed
2. Strenuous exercise
3. Heat from sunlight
4. Severe sunburn
5. Stress
6. Cold wind
7. Moving to a warm or hot environment from a cold environment
8. Some foods and drinks that can trig the condition include alcohol, foodshigh in histamine and spicy food.
9. Certain medications

Clinical features:
The disorder is most common in middle age. The cheeks, chin and centralforehead are affected. Intermittent blushing is followed by fixed erythema andtelengiectasia. Dome- shaped papules and pustules but no comedones occur.Facial Burning Sensations
and facial Swelling is also found. Rhinophyma, with erythema, sebaceous glandhyperplasia and overgrowth of the soft tissues of the nose, is sometimesassociated.


Homeopathy treats the person as a whole. It means that homeopathic treatmentfocuses on the patient as a person, as well as his pathological condition. TheHomeopathic Treatment are selected after a full individualizing examination andcase-analysis. A miasmatic tendency (predisposition/susceptibility) is alsooften taken into account for the treatment of chronic conditions.