Dealing With Rosacea In The Summer

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Seeing red

As someone with rosacea, you’d expect to find relief with weather changes, especially when winter is done and gone. The end of dry, cold air irritating your skin. No more artificial heating to irritate skin. But summer brings on a whole new set of problems for those with rosacea, who often suffer from red, inflamed skin. We connected with Dr. Jerry Tan, a Windsor-based dermatologist and spokesperson for the Acne and Rosacea Society of Canada about how rosacea in the summer is a whole new set of issues and exactly how you can deal.


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