Some people are just ruddy and tend to blush and flush. Sun exposure over the years can aggravate this tendency, which often becomes more pronounced as people approach middle age (sorry, I said approach....) Unless there are pimples, rosacea treatments don't help. Laser treatments can minimize the redness, though they may need to be repeated over the years. Sun protection can slow down the process, but you may want to look at some point at such cosmetic procedures for minimizing the ruddy appearance.
I too have red facial flushing and it is almost constant and my hands and feet get very cold too. The strange thing is my hands and feet don't get white and then red like raynaud syndrome they just stay red and the colder they get the redder they get. Any ideas of whats going on?
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