The slag nose is a skin problem that causes redness on the face, small pustules, and thicker skin. The areas of the face that may be affected are the cheeks, nose and chin. Many people who own it don't even know it. They think they just blush easily or attribute it to exposure to the sun. This condition can also affect your eyes, causing symptoms including redness, burns, itching and dryness. Who is the slag nose? There are more than 16 million people in the United States, and more than 45 million people in the world suffer from alcohol. Although men can also get it, most people are women. You may be at risk if you have a family history of scrumpus. You will usually see signs of it between the ages of 30 and 60. People with fair skin are the most common patients. This is sometimes called the "Curse of the Celtics ". What symptoms are there? The most common symptom is redness on the face. You can see the red on your forehead, nose, cheeks and chin. Sometimes the blood vessels on your face get bigger and obvious. Pustules and pimples can also be seen. What is the treatment method of alcohol residue nose? There is no treatment for alcohol residue nose. No one is really sure what causes it. However, this is a long-term problem. Come and go are problems of a lifetime. You can set the trigger for it. All of this can lead to an attack on the slag nose. How to deal with slag nose? First of all, go to the doctor to make sure that your problem is a scudgy. There are also some skin conditions that may be similar to those of the scrumpus and you want to be sure what you are dealing. Other skin diseases, including acne, sebum spills, eczema, psoriasis, and even red spots. Once you get a diagnosis, your doctor will talk to you about how to avoid a burst and may give you some medication to help you control the scudger. You may need to take antibiotics or apply an antibiotic cream to your face. You can use local skin lotion on your face. I use Metrogel. Yes, I have a slag nose, but my slag nose is in the early stages. I apply Metrogel once a day, which helps to control my slag nose. This is not to say that I have never had an attack, but it worked well for me. I have to stay away from the spicy food I like, from the hot liquids I like, like coffee, from the intense sports I don't like very much. I really like dancing except dancing. Sometimes I just have to choose what is more important to me. . . What I like can be eaten and drunk. I can dance when I want to dance. It\'s a choice. A better choice to control the scrumpus is not always a success, but I am an interesting person. What if my face is red? Other treatments include sunscreen with a SPF factor of 15 or more. SPF is the sun protection factor, it tells you how long sunscreen will protect you in the product you use. You can also choose some treatment to correct the damage caused by the scrumpus. These treatments include electrosurgery, laser surgery, and even some skin removal from the nose if the slag nose causes the nose to grow and bump. If you remember to meet W. C. If you develop nose ophyma, you will understand what will happen to your nose. This side of the scrumpus usually occurs later in this skin condition. I'm kind of in this situation, but there's no need to treat or remove it now. Thank Goodness! There are four distinct stages of the nose. Some people may never pass the first phase, but it's always good to know what you're dealing. Each stage has other symptoms that you should know about. Pre-rosacea -Blood vesselInflammatory slag noseLate Rosacea -Pre-In the early stages of the slag nose, you may notice that you have a tendency to blush. This blush is caused by a tiny vascular expansion under your skin. Over time, you may find that a slight or occasional blush becomes more persistent. The first phase is called Pre-rosacea. Inflammatory scupnose is the stage where you start to see pimples (these pimples are small red lumps) and pustules (these look like pustules)filled pimple). These may look like acne, but they are not the same. They need a very different treatment, so don't start using acne medication if you get into this stage. Late-stage distiller's nose is the most advanced of this chronic skin disease. The condition still has symptoms in the early stages but is more serious. The redness of your skin has deepened. Spiders have more veins. Your skin may look thicker. This thickening can happen on your nose, and if it happens, the skin on your nose will get bigger, possibly the ball Root. This thickening is called nasal ophyma. There are thousands of skin care products, and like me, people with scrumpus will look for skin care products on the shelves of the store that will help control the condition of the skin. Most of these products contain overly harsh ingredients that can't be used on the skin for anyone with a scrumpus. I know I 've done damage to my skin by trying them. I applied a cream and I had to rinse it off before I applied it to the whole face. My skin is very sensitive and can't use many of the facial products sold on the counter. Don't frantically look for treatment on the shelves of the local beauty store, you can't find it. Consult a dermatologist to find the best skin care for you, and your skin is at the stage of the scrumpus. Here are a few simple skin care tips that may help you avoid the last stages of this chronic skin disease. See what you eat. Stay away from spicy food. Keep a healthy weight. Eat more fruits and vegetables. Exercise regularly. Take multiple vitamins a day and you can also take antioxidants. Don\'t smoke. Quit smoking if you smoke. Smoking will damage everything in your body. If your body is under pressure, your slag nose will react to these higher levels of stress. Protect yourself from the sun. Whether or not you have a scudger, this is a wise move for everyone. Use sunscreen with SPF 15 or higher when you're out. Exposure to the Sun has a direct effect on your slag nose. If you have to be outdoors in the sun, do so before 10. m or after 2 p. m. This is when the sun is the strongest in the day. Drink at least 6 to 8 glasses of water. Drinking plenty of water keeps your skin hydrated. This is one of the best ways to maintain your skin. Make sure you have enough water to rinse and strengthen your entire system. Keep your skin clean. The nose is a skin disease that affects the face. Who knows if it can be prevented by keeping external contaminants away from your skin. If it can't stop it completely, it may keep it in the early stages of the disease. It will prevent any dirt or residue from aggravating the condition. Enter the skin cleaning procedure and apply any medication from a dermatologist after washing your face. Try to control your emotions. Anger, stress, or embarrassment can trigger an emergency. Everyone is different, and some people with scrumpus may be able to put up with these foods without being disturbed by them. For most people, these foods do exacerbate their skin problems. Beer, bourbon, gin, vodka or champagneI drink red wine every time. Anything with water and electricityCream that causes redness or tinglingUsually, I can feel the burn as long as I apply the trigger lotion on my face. I usually start taking it off before it is fully opened. My skin moisturizes and resistsaging or anti-Anti-wrinkle products. The treatment of the slag nose depends on which stage you are in and what treatment is effective for you. Antibiotics -Your doctor may also want to discuss some surgical measures with you. Telangiectasia is an electrical surgery performed with a pulse laser. Nose ophy can include skin grinding, surgical shaving, or laser stripping. More than 16 million people in the United States suffer from alcohol. Your pronunciation is "Roh-Zay-Sha. If the skin around the nose is thicker, it is called nose ophyma. Rino-Fi-Ma. There are more women with alcohol, but men can also. There is no cure, but it can be treated and controlled. W. C. Bill Clinton -Me!