Rosacea has both persistent redness and broken blood vessels on the face. It is a result of flushing, blushing and chronic reddening which occurs because of increased reactivity of blood vessels to heat. Alcohol, exposure to sun, hot liquids and spicy foods are some examples of common heat stimuli for Rosacea. It is most common with patients with fair skin; however, it can also be seen on darker skin colors as well. There are several different forms of rosacea. Come visit Reforma Dermatology to get an accurate diagnosis of your skin condition.