Were you looking for information about Rosacea? Rosceasa is a common misspelling of rosacea.
Rosacea is a chronic disease that generally affects the skin on the face. It tends to be more common in people with fair skin and is often characterized by redness, pimples, red lines under the skin, and thickened skin. It is believed that factors such as heat, emotional stress, and heavy exercise can trigger the skin condition. Although rosacea is incurable, numerous antibiotics are available to treat and control symptoms of the disease.
(Click Rosacea to learn about the eye problems associated with rosacea, to find out what may cause the disease, and for more information on treatment options. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on rosacea.)