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How do you tell the difference between heat rash and rosacea?

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Dr. Stephen Colbert
Surgery - Plastics

In brief: Rosacea

"heat rash" generally occurs on the body in warm or flushed skin.
Rosacea occurs on the face and is generally independent of skin temperature, though it may appear more red when warm. A dermatologist can help with diagnosis and proper treatment.

In brief: Rosacea

"heat rash" generally occurs on the body in warm or flushed skin.
Rosacea occurs on the face and is generally independent of skin temperature, though it may appear more red when warm. A dermatologist can help with diagnosis and proper treatment.
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