Rosacea is a common skin disease, which is when there is redness and acne-like breakouts around the eyes and nose. As Dr. Richard Odom reports, there is no cure found at the moment for this disease. However, there are medications to limit the outcomes and also it is necessary to avoid triggers. Some of these triggers include, avoiding the sun, stress, extreme hot and cold, alcohol, makeup, and exercise. This disease can be come the genes an individual receive as well as environmental and behavioral factors (as listed before). Some of the medications include, ointments, face creams, and antibiotics taken by mouth. The bacterium that is known to cause it is Baccillus oleronius when one's immune system is overreacting against it. You may be more likely to have this if you are between the ages of 30-50, fair-skinned, and a female. There is another illness that is associated with rosacea called rhinophyma. This illness occurs when the nose's fibrous thickens due to broken blood vessels.