[16; Female; 5 '8; 136lbs]
So to keep this short, I have red cheeks. It's been present for all of my life and it's one of my main insecurities.
No other redness is apparent on my apart from my cheeks. No bumps, veins, and burning on them, it's just a solid, smooth redness that fades near my mouth and somewhat in the middle of my cheek. Cold weather somewhat makes it fade slightly to a more pink color, and if I stretch the skin on my cheeks, the redness disappears until I stop stretching. I'm also quite fair, so they stick out like a sore thumb.
They flush from the usual situations: exercise, embarrassment, heat, spice, etc. I tend to avoid spice to see if it made a difference and nothing has changed. I have a pretty healthy diet: salads, chicken, fruits (I don't see the connection but it's here just in case). I've been to a doctor and he has said not to worry about it. I'm seeing if I can get to a derm for additional info.
People tend to point them out and it gets on my nerves, so I've been researching for an answer. From Google, it's definitely not rosacea, and kprf since they are not dry at all.
From Google, this looks similar to the redness: dy6g3i6a1660s.cloudfront.net/bD-Py1CEP736nLgbtkDJVQHgAoA/cl.jpg
Thanks in advance