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    Default Question for flushers

    Just wondering if anyone on here has experienced burning sensations on there skin even when its not red in colour? Is this normal for rosacea?

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    Default Nope

    I only get sensations when I'm red and flushing :/ I imagine that's normal though. The degree of my redness and the itching sensation aren't always correlated though, but I'm always a least a little red when I itch.

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    Default A resounding YES!

    Quote Originally Posted by wicksyx View Post
    Just wondering if anyone on here has experienced burning sensations on there skin even when its not red in colour? Is this normal for rosacea?
    For the longest time, I have had burning/acid-like pain when outwardly my face looks pale/calm.

    My nose oddly is also ICE COLD!

    My derm (at the time Prof Tony Chu, well-respected in rosacea circles) also found this strange!

    BTW, my rosacea is almost totally hormonally-driven.

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    I experience this occasionally too - I feel burning sensations but my skin is surprisingly pale and calm when I look in the mirror. Most of the time though, if I can feel burning, my skin will be showing the world.

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    I also experience some small degree of burning when I am not flushing. I tend to associate it with the rebound stage and feel this happens when I am actually "healing." It comes intermittently for me.
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