Rosacea is an inflammatory skin disease that causes redness and rash, usually on the face. You may also have eye problems. The disease does not infect. The rashes usually go away with treatment, but they can come back.
Bumps and bumps can occur in different parts of the body. Here you can read about various bumps and bumps and about acne and similar problems.
Perioral dermatitis is a skin disease that causes redness, small bumps and rashes around the mouth. The disease may be caused by, for example, prolonged use of strong cortisone cream, excessive washing or makeup. The disease goes over but it may take time.
Acne, often called pimples, is a rash that is caused by inflamed sebaceous glands. Acne is common and completely harmless. Often, acne occurs on the face, chest and back where you have the most sebaceous glands. Acne is not due to poor hygiene. It is possible to get rid of acne, although it may take some time.