Study: Rosacea evokes negative first impressions

04/29/2014 | Healio (free registration)

People with rosacea are more likely than those with clear skin to be judged as shy or nervous and less likely to be perceived as outgoing or charismatic, a survey of rosacea patients and the general population found. Rosacea patients are more likely to avoid social events, yet more than half said they used makeup instead of seeking treatment for the condition.

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