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FINACEA is for dermatologic use only, and not for ophthalmic, oral, or intravaginal use.
FINACEA is contraindicated in individuals with a history of hypersensitivity to propylene glycol or any other component of the formulation. In clinical trials, sensations of burning/stinging/tingling occurred in 29% of patients, and itching in 11%, regardless of the relationship to therapy. Continue reading below

A quick, convenient routine to help you take control of managing the bumps, pimples and associated redness of your mild to moderate rosacea.
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About Rosacea - Do You Have Rosacea

If you think you might have rosacea, here are 5 questions to take with you to discuss with your dermatologist during your next visit. After answering these questions, click SUBMIT for some useful information about rosacea symptoms and a printer-friendly summary of your answers.

5 Questions to help you and your dermatologist tell if you have rosacea

1. Do you have any of the following on your face? Please check all that apply.

Bumps with black heads
Bumps with white heads
Redness on the nose
Redness on the cheeks
Redness on the entire face
Noticeable veins on your nose and cheeks

2. Do your eyes often feel irritated?

Yes   No

3. On a scale of 1 to 5, how bothered are you by the bumps, roughness or redness on your face?

1   2   3   4   5
(Very Little)                     (Very Much)

4. On a scale of 1 to 5, how often do you experience redness on your cheeks, nose or face?

1   2   3   4   5
(Never)                           (Frequently)

5. When does your skin get worse in terms of redness and bumps?

After having a meal with spicy food and red wine
After exercising
After eating tomatoes, spinach, or certain other fruits and vegetables
In extreme heat or extreme cold
After drinking hot beverages
When stressed

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