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Rosacea Environmental Triggers

Rosacea patients can help manage their rosacea by identifying and avoiding certain environmental triggers that can cause flare-ups or aggravate individual conditions. The common triggers below are compiled from a patient survey conducted by the NRS. Learn more at:

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Rosacea Environmental Triggers

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Emotional stress, second to sun exposure (81 percent), accounts for 79 percent of reported flare-ups in rosacea patients. (n=1,066).

Humidity is reported to trigger rosacea flare-ups in 44% of rosacea patients. (n = 1,066).

46% of rosacea patients have reported that cold weather can trigger a flare-up.

Out of a survey of 1,066 rosacea patients, 57% found that windy conditions can trigger a flare-up.

Sun exposure is the most common trigger for rosacea flare-ups, according to patient surveys conducted by the National Rosacea Society.

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