Important Points About All Types of Rosacea
Sebaceous hyperplasia papules—small waxy yellow bumps with a central pore—are seen in all types of rosacea and often misidentified as milia.
Rosacea occurs in all skin colors, but mostly in fair-skinned people.
Rosacea can involve nonfacial skin, such as the neck and chest.
Many people with rosacea, especially the erythematotelangiectatic type of rosacea, also have facial seborrheic dermatitis/dandruff.
The types of rosacea often overlap, and it’s possible to have more than one type.
Photo courtesy of Cynthia Bailey, MD.