Rosacea: An Introduction

Stage 3 of Rosacea Progression

Generally, only a small number of individuals will progress into Stage Three Rosacea.

In stage three, patients exhibit all of the characteristics of Rosacea Stages One and Rosacea Stage Two, along with a gradual deformation of facial features.

As Stage Three Rosacea progresses, facial features may become thicker, coarser and irregular.

The sebaceous glands continue toward extreme enlargement, contributing further to extensive large inflammatory nodules.

The appearance of someone with Stage Three Rosacea can be similar to individuals presenting with the most severe cystic acne.

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