According to statistics, more than 16 million people in the US suffer from rosacea, a condition that develops on the skin of the face. Rosacea generally creates a red-face and acne-like appearance that can cause significant psychological and social problems if left untreated. Most people who get rosacea are between the ages of 30 and 50 years of age, but in this exclusive interview with Aesthetic Insider, rosacea can develop at any age. Deborah Sutherland has suffered with rosacea combined with acne since she was 13 years old. After years of multiple treatments that did not work, Deborah eventually found relief in Psoria-Gold, an anti-inflammatory and skin tissue repair skin care line that uses the super spice Curcumin as a base ingredient. Siana Cutter, Director of Operations at Psoria-Gold, joins us in this interview with Deborah. For more information about the product line go to www.psoria-gold.com.
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