Epidemiology

Although rosacea can occur in all racial and ethnic groups, fair-skinned people of Celtic and northern European heritage are most affected.[4] Rosacea is rare in black people.[5] Women are affected more often than men, and the condition usually starts between the ages of 30 and 50.[6]

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