More than skin deep

Rosacea doesn’t just affect your complexion. When your self-confidence suffers, so does your ability to enjoy life. In this way, rosacea can begin to affect your relationships, your social life and your work.1,2

Whenever you feel isolated and anxious about your rosacea,3 just remember that you're not alone.

Don’t suffer alone

If you’ve been struggling to manage your rosacea, the good news is that you needn’t do it on your own. Rosacea is a medical condition, and help is at hand. When you talk to your doctor you’ll receive credible information and advice about rosacea treatments. Your doctor can also help you manage any anxiety or unhappiness you may be feeling.6

See how someone like you has managed rosacea

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References:

  1. Moore S. Face values: Global Perceptions Survey report 2013.
  2. Huynh T. Am Health Drug Benefits 2013; 6(6): 348–354.
  3. van der Linden M et al. Acta Derm Venereol 2015; 95: 395–400.
  4. Rosacea and rosacea treatment: An introduction – Help for Australians. Available at www.rosacea.derm.net.au (accessed 18 April 2017).
  5. Australian Bureau of Statistics population clock. Available here (accessed 18 April 2017).
  6. Dirschka T et al. Dermatol Ther (Heidelb) 2015; 5: 117–127.

 

This website is intended to provide disease state information and does not replace the advice of your healthcare professional. Patients are encouraged to seek further information about their condition from their healthcare professional.