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Skin gets red during heat. Having pimples, scars. Suggested dermabrasion, creams and gels. Remedies?

My skin get red in heat,, before it get red in normal enviroment also,, my dermotologist said itz rosasea,, I hage pimples n scars also very much... She done IPL laser 9 to 10 times and give doxy capsule so now it get red only in heat,, what should I do to get my skin,, clean n clear without getting red.. Presnetly I m using astistry product... N close my doxy n IPL because I m fade from this disease m suffering this from last 2 year... Before this I have only pimples n marks, for this my drmo give dermabrasion , isotrin capsule doses n lots of creams n gels... Plz help me out
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi dear thats true u r suffering from rosaceae. This is a heat sensitive condition where blood vessels get dialated on exposure to heat. And hence ur face become red. Ipl is the treatment of choice for this which u have already taken. Here are my suggestions.
Avoid tea coffee and other hot beverages.
Avoid exposure to sun as far as possible,
use a sunscreen with spf more than 50. This u should apply 3 times a day. Use metrogyl gel in night. Thank u
Answered: Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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