Rosacea is a skin disorder primarily affecting fair-skinned women, causing redness on the cheeks, nose, and forehead, often accompanied by small acne-like papules or pustules. Prominent blood vessels (telangiectasia) are also common. Triggers include exercise, heat, sun exposure, stress, spicy food, alcohol, and changes in weather. Irritation of the eyes, with redness, burning, and watering, is frequent. Diagnosis relies on clinical signs, and though not curable, rosacea can be managed through controlling triggers and symptoms.