Rosacea, Over 30 Acne, An Intestinal Issue?

Rosacea, sometimes referred to as over 30 acne, is very different from ordinary “garden variety” acne. The skin condition generally develops over a period of years. Appearing, at first, as a temporary flush in the center of the face, the result of vasodilation (the expansion of small blood vessels), rosacea is different from a blush, however, and distinguished by its intensity and duration.