Root Admin Guide Posted April 22, 2022 Root Admin Report Share Posted April 22, 2022 * Dry skin (Xeroderma) can be a co-existing condition with rosacea. When treating rosacea with topicals or oral treatments, a common side effect is dry skin, and if one already has dry skin, this complicates and exacerbates the dry skin issue further. "Symptoms most associated with xeroderma are scaling (the visible peeling of the outer skin layer), itching, and skin cracking." Wikipedia We have a post that deep dives into dry skin and rosacea for your investigation but it requires a membership subscription to view below. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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