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What difference is there between Acne Vulgars and Rosacea? PDF Print E-mail
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Acne vulgaris is the more common form of acne and is caused by clogging and inflammation of the skin's sebaceous and hair follicles. Acne rosacea, on the other hand, tends to affect an older person and is caused by the blood vessels of the face becoming inflamed and swollen. Skin can become permanently reddened and the nose can become swollen and bulbous. Acne rosacea, like acne vulgaris, is treatable. Speak to your skin care therapist for recommendations of treatment.

Click here to view a Wiki article for vulgaris

Click her to view a Wiki artical for Rosace

Click here to go to the Rosace-support.org website