Please help ! x
I think that you are the first person who has the same problem like I do. Situation is even getting worst during the winter time! I look like an alcoholic and since you are a girl I can’t even imagine how it is to you. Except one thing, you can apply some make up to hide it.
Anyway I know what is causing this. We have very dry, sensitive and thin skin and we suffer from condition named rhinophyma. Our nose has chronically inflamed skin and my dermatologist said to me that the reason of this is unknown.
Of course there is some kind of laser treatment but it is too expensive for my budget so for now I am sticking to creams. I must change them every few months because skin adjusts to it very quickly so I am sometimes consider to do the treatment. When you have chance talk to your dermatologist and try to find best solution ant till then use advantage of a makeup.
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You have Acne Rosacea, which isn't actually acne but a genetic skin condition that causes your skin to flush easily.
You have to be very careful with your skin NOW because it will get worse later in life if you don't.
1) Don't use acne creams
2) Don't drink caffeine
3) Avoid dairy products
4) Don't drink soda (high fructose corn syrup)
5) Wash with a gentle vegetable based soap or soapless cleanser with lukewarm water only
6) Moisturize and protect with SPF sun lotion
It may spread to your forehead or cheeks, and if it gets out of control can go to your eyes, causing a gritty feeling in the eyes. The nose can also swell, called Rhinophyma