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April 6, 2020

A chronic redness to facial skin, mostly over internal sinus cavities or porous bones.

Porous bones are to reduce weight and increase temperature insulation.

A basic sinus or bone infection of the face.

Cheeks, forehead are the most affected areas.

Rosacea is fixable.

Treating bone infections can be slow or difficult.

Some researchers think rosacea is caused by a mite, could be from a pillow.

Standard treatment is with oral metronidazole (Flagyl) for an extended time.

The topical lotion ivermectin could improve the skin quickly, might not fix the deeper bones.