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A chronic condition that’s more common after age 30, rosacea can lead to redness, bumps and pustules, usually on the face. Some people experience dryness, stinging, itching and burning. “The skin of rosacea patients is very sensitive,” says John Wolf, chair of dermatology at Houston’s Baylor College of Medicine. Triggers include cold or hot weather, indoor heat, stress, sun, wind, alcohol, hot baths, vigorous exercise and spicy food.

What to do about dry, itchy skin?, By Consumer Reports, The Washington Post

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