You survived adolescence, with its pitfalls and pinnacles. You're free of the trials and tribulations of your early 20s. But on the road of life, other hazards loom—rosacea and adult acne, which can plague even the most timeworn skin. And you thought you'd seen your last blemish.
Rosacea affects about 13 million American adults, particularly fair-skinned people between ages 30 and 50. It can be confused with adult acne, but in rosacea there are no blackheads (comedones), and adult acne does not cause flushing.Rosacea and acne can affect you past adolescence; get the facts about these common skin conditions ›